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How to add a blank page AFTER endnotes?

asked 2020-08-13 15:44:50 +0200

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I have a ~44 page document which ends with several pages of endnotes. So far, I've got all the title page, table of contents, main contents, and endnotes formatted (with styles) correctly for brochure printing.

My last challenge is to have a back page which is blank, except for a copyright notice. Of course, the easiest thing to do is to add the required line-spaces to get on to "last" page, and add my bit of © text. The problem then, is that the running header from the endnote continues on to the back page, and that's ugly.

I have tried to introduce a "section" after the last endnote, but that doesn't seem to make any difference. I've searched the current manual for Writer 6.4, and I can't find this kind of help there. (There is no "last page" text in it, anyway.)

So, my question: how to generate a blank page to follow the endnotes?? Any/all help appreciated (of course). ;)

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answered 2020-08-13 15:53:42 +0200

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updated 2020-08-13 15:54:33 +0200

So, my question: how to generate a blank page to follow the endnotes??

I'm afraid not.

I assume the final grade is called that because they are at the end.

Workarround (not tested):

  • Create a global document.
  • Insert your booklet.
  • Insert a document with the "last page".

Can it work?

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Hmm... thanks for the suggestion. That occurred to me, but being only vaguely aware of "global documents", and never actually used them in anger, I'm hoping for a simpler solution. Otherwise, I might just have to live with the back-page weirdness.

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answered 2020-08-24 10:26:51 +0200

Instead of inserting a section after endnotes, you should use section for your main text with endnotes. That allows you to use section's Endnotes - [x] Collect at end of section setting.

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Then you have your section with the text and endnotes; and also you have the space after the section.

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