@Karen, sorry to contradict, but you've got it partially wrong. As I said in my previous post (probably a bit tersely), in Moodle 1.9 we had pages called "Branch Tables", which have been re-named to "Content Pages" in Moodle 2. See this discussion.
So, in Moodle 1.9, if you want to create a page which is not a question but contains information content, you must create a Branch Table page.
In Moodle 2, you'll create a Content Page.
In Moodle 1.9 it was indeed possible to create a Question page (of the Multiple Choice type) without any answer. That page would sort of behave like a "Branch Table", i.e. it would provide a "Continue" button which, upon being clicked, would jump to the next page in the lesson. It was in fact quite illogical to have a "Question without answers", and using this feature instead of using the "Branch Table" feature led to the problem described by Karen when upgrading to Moodle 2.
So my advice to the original poster (and anyone still using moodle 1.9) is to use Branch Table pages, not a MCQ question page with no answers, in order to avoid problems when upgrading to Moodle 2.