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How to Insert a Blank Page at the End of a Document in Word 2007

by C. TaylorUpdated February 10, 2017

To insert a blank page at the end of your document, use the page break function of Microsoft Word 2007. This enters a hard-return, which ends the final page and creates a new blank page. This is helpful if you want to add a notes page to your printout, where you can conveniently jot down additional notes.

Open your document in Microsoft Word 2007.

Hold the "Ctrl" key and press "End" to move your cursor to the end of your document.

Hold the "Ctrl" key and press "Enter" to add a page break, which inserts a new blank page at the end of your document. Alternatively, click the "Insert" tab and click "Blank Page" from the "Pages" group.

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