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Adding and deleting pages using Print Workshop 2009

I am making a picture slideshow and cannot find how to delete a page. I can delete pictures, text and clips back to the blank page, but cannot delete the page.
Also I need to add another page in the middle of the project and the "add a page" button only adds pages at the end of the project instead of as the next page after the open page.
I emailed ValuSoft and they stated that they did not help with the software only the installation. There was nothing about this in all their "online help"
Any help would be appreciated!

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