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To add a blank page to your document, click where you want the new page to begin and then on the Insert tab, click Blank Page.

On the Insert tab, Blank Page is highlighted

Tip: Another option when you need a little space is to insert a page break. A page break won't insert a blank page but it will move whatever comes after the break to the top of the next page.

Find blank pages

If you’re formatting a complex document, you can use the Navigation Pane to find blank pages quickly.

  1. Click View > Navigation Pane.

    On the View tab, Navigation Pane is checked

  2. In the Navigation Pane, click Thumbnails Pane.

    In the Navigation pane, the Thumbnails icon is highlighted

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