Can't delete a blank page in Word 2010

In the attached Word 2010 document, I have a blank page 2 that I cannot delete. I have tried deleting the paragraph mark, tried deleting from draft view, and tried backspacing from page 2 and none of that worked. I would like to know how do you delete a blank page in Word 2010?

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C--Users-RLaughridge-Desktop-Temp-Delete
contrainAsked:
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
You can do that byaltering the spacing of or deleting the empty paragraph in the text before the last table.
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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
As Graham says, and since there is always a new paragraph following the last cell in a table, you can either remove an empty paragraph in your table or modify the paragraph after the table by changing the spacing AND/OR reduce the font size.

EDIT:
You can also reduce the top margin so the last paragraph is at the bottom of page1...
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contrainAuthor Commented:
By deleting the empty paragraph in the text before the last table, do you mean the paragraph after it says "THIS AND THAT LLP" ?
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
It comes after the paragraph that ends: 'f;las fsadf asdf sadf '
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contrainAuthor Commented:
Great answer! The expert provided me 2 answers, each of which solved my problem, and was able to clarify perfectly when I had a follow up question. This is just what I needed to know to solve the issue!
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