Kentucky (KY) is there. The ones I picked up as missing quickly are North/South Dakota, Pennsylvania, and New Mexico. That leaves three I managed to (not?) miss looking at the map alone. (edit: Kansas, Indiana, Nebraska after a few more minutes)
pennsylvania and delaware have been removed (2), maryland and west virginia were moved north to fill the gap. new mexico is removed (1) and wyoming is moved to hide it. kansas, nebraska, and both dakotas are also removed (4) which takes you to the normal 48 you'd seen on this type of map. I'm not sure how that was done without looking at a real map but I have a gut feeling iowa/missouri/arkansas were shuffled somehow to accomplish it.
Linguists, settling some inscrutable grudge, have been steadily sneaking more backdated synonyms for 'sharing borders' into the dictionary. They've added 'contiguous,' 'coterminous,' 'conterminous,' and next year they're adding 'conterguous.'
I thought about reveal codes as well when I saw this. I miss it sometimes, but it always brought out my OCD side. I was always tempted to spend time erasing codes that didn't actually impact the document.
Reveal codes was awesome. My memory is of when word processors started to be able to apply HTML. An instant shitshow of massive amounts of repeated inline styling for a single character. You could not find the actual text in the mess.
Yeah, I get this anxiety too. And it can actually be an issue. The best case is that at some point in the future you click into that space and start typing, only to find everything in bold. Easily fixed. The worst case is that you find one of the chaotic, baffling stupid dead ends in Microsoft Word's layout engine and lose hours fighting it to get what you're sure should be a relatively simple layout.