Too often readers will suspect that there was a printing error if there isn't SOME content on the page. Having headers and footers on the page with no text between them only makes this type of person even more prone to suspicion. Putting an "Intentionally Blank" notice on the page helps to reduce the number of calls to the Help Desk, if nothing else. If you don't like the paradox, you could simply reword it. "Intentionally Devoid of Relevant Content" or somesuch.
--Doug On 10/18/06, Charles Beck <Charles.Beck at infor.com> wrote: > Why? Because we have always used running headers and footers, and those > appear on the page regardless of other content. This means that, if > there is no other content, at least the header and footer are there as a > clue to the reader that "this page was intentionally left blank." No > need to declare it; the running headers/footers declare it, in effect.