Print Legal Information as the Last Page in a Report

I have a database we use for printing truck bills of ladings.  I've built a report in MS Access 2016 which prints perfectly, but I need the report to print a second page containing standard legal clauses.  We need this second page to print as the back page for each truck bill of lading printed.  This report does not contain any groupings or sortings.  I tried to add a page break, but it did not seem to work.

My direct question, is there a way to force a report to always print the second page of legal information that is not contained in any tables?  If not, is there a way in VBA to make this happen?

David ClarkPrincipal Logistics SpecialistAsked:
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NorieAnalyst Assistant Commented:

To add a page at the end of a report insert a page break control in the Report Footer.

Below the page break you can add labels, or whatever, to display your legal clauses.

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David ClarkPrincipal Logistics SpecialistAuthor Commented:

Sorry for the delayed response.  I found what was causing me issues was in the Report Property Sheet settings.  Your response was what I was doing, but I still kept getting the main form to print with the legal information.  When I changed the Report Property for the Page Header and Page Footer to "Not with Rpt Ftr" my report started to print correctly.  

Thanks for your help.

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