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In Writer, the content is the primary entity that matters. Page format is just a property of content, and actual pages are created on-the-fly depending on content properties (like page breaks set in paragraph properties) and content amount.

So, if you need to remove any page, you need to remove content that defined it. Assuming that you have just two (empty?) paragraphs in your template, each of them specifies a page break with page style, all you need to do is to delete first paragraph and check that the second retains its page style (that may change sometimes, so just apply required page style to page break again).

In Writer, the content is the primary entity that matters. Page format is just a property of content, and actual pages are created on-the-fly depending on content properties (like page breaks set in paragraph paragraph/table properties) and content amount.amount. That's unlike writing on paper, when you have a sheet, and only after that you start creating its content.

So, if you need to remove any page, you need to remove content that defined it. caused its creation. Assuming that you have just two (empty?) paragraphs in your template, each of them specifies a page break with page style, all you need to do is to delete first paragraph and check that the second retains its page style (that may change sometimes, so just apply required page style to page break again).