When you want part of your WordTemplate document to repeat on every page, you must set a PageBreak on that page. However, if you set a default PageBreak, Word will automatically insert what is called a Page Break After. The Page Break After will result in an extra page at the end of your document. In order to fix this, you will need to set a Page Break Before at the beginning of the page you want to repeat.
Instructions on Setting a Page Break Before
- Click on the top left corner of the page where you want your page break to occur.
- In the “Home” tab, there should be a “Paragraph” section. Click the arrow on the bottom-right of the Paragraph Section.
- Go to the “Line and Page Breaks” tab and check the “Page Break Before” option.
- Click “Ok”.
Word will have now inserted a PageBreak before at the spot where you cursor lay in the document. Your document should now generate the correct number of pages.