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Word Mail Merge - Varying Section Page Counts - Need to add blank pages as needed for duplex purposes

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Hello -

I have a Word mail merge that gets data from an Access database.  When the records are merged, some records will generate 3 section pages, some section 4 pages, etc.  What I need is to add a blank page to the records that generate "Odd" section page counts.  The merged document gets duplexed (via a printer with duplexing capabilities).  I need to make sure that a page from one record does not duplex on to the back of other records when it prints.  Can this be done?  

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HAve you tried using section breaks?

Bring up Print Preview, and Choose Insert->Break... from the menu. You can choose different checkboxes.
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