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> There is another way to do this. Leave even document
> pagination turned on.
> Then create a custom maser page that does not contain a
> header or footer.
> Apply this special master page to the last page of any
> chapter that does not
> contain any text.
The problem with this approach is that if text ever spills over to your
blank page, you'll need to reset the master page. This is the sort of thing
that might easily get overlooked under an approaching deadline.