Re: WORD weirdness
Click the paragraph icon to turn on the formatting marks, and in the View options, either show the field codes, or turn on field shading to help you find the soruce of the wierdness. I also look at the Normal view, because it shows section break info more clearly than the printed view does. Good Luck.
That's a good one! Perhaps the content of page 30 was put into a field instead of regular text. If switching to hide field codes makes the content of page 30 hide, then that is what happened.
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