Printing slides in notes page skips random slides, printing only a blank page

When I print Power Point slides in notes page format, random pages appear blank--no slide, no notes--while the remaining slides print out just fine. help!
Joyce OlinerAsked:
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Echo_SCommented:
Make sure there's no text running off of the page in notes page view. Also make sure that the text placeholder in the notes isn't causing that ... basically shorten it so that it's just longer than the text and doesn't hang long. Also check and make sure that you're not printing comments, because those print on a separate page. If you have some blank comments, I could see how they can cause you to have a blank page.
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Echo_SCommented:
This is the typical cause of blank pages when printing notes pages.
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