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Default Word Footnote Issue

I have a document with about 30 footnotes, which are set to be aligned at the
bottom. However, footnotes 25 and 26 are in the middle of the page, with
white space on the bottom quarter of the page. There are no page breaks,
section breaks, or columns. I have gone over the formatting a thousand
times, and everything is set to what it is supposed to. Even when I take the
footnotes out, Word still has the bottom third or so blank with the rest of
that paragraph on the next page, even though there would be enough space for
it on the previous page. Again, no special formatting, no section breaks,
page breaks, manual breaks, hyphens, or columns whatsoever. I have looked at
it in Normal view, and there is nothing out of the ordinary. I simply cannot
figure out why Word is doing this! It just puts a page break there which I
cannot get rid of, and don't know why it put it there. There's simply no
rhyme or reason for it, but then what else is new, that seems to be the
standard with Microsoft. Any input on this would be most appreciated.
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