While working on one of the pages or the Master Page (I'm not sure which), in my document, I inadvertently typed a sequence of keys or clicked with my mouse on an option that some how ads a new page to my document every time I add a new element to the document. By the time I realized what I had done it was too late to hit Undo. So now whenever I add a new element, or copy & paste an existing element I end up with an extra page in the document where that element is placed. If I move the element to where I want it, I can not go back and delete the blank page. Anyone know what I may have done wrong or how I can get LC to stop adding the extra pages (or even delete the blank pages)? Thanks! Daniel
I am not sure if this will help, but give it a try. When building forms, the root subform sometimes gets too large and a blank page gets generated (particurarly with tables). Similar to your form, it is not possible to delete this new page.
What works for me is to select the root subform and reduce its size manually, by dragging the bottom right corner back into the page. It will reduce to the objects in the subform and (hopefully) the extra page will be gone, never to return! Wha ha ha!
I have just had the same problem which I caused by editing the 'content Area' of the master page and made it too small. By dragging the content area back out to about 5mm margin this fixed it. Must be a bug in designer!
You usually get an extra page when the content that you are showing is beyond the page borders ...hence an extra page is required to display it. If you look under Window/Drawing Aids and choose the option to display object borders ...you may be able to see where your objects are spilling beyond the page border.