Blank pages in a document can have an unprofessional impact on editors or potential employers. Microsoft Word is known for creating blank pages in documents. Before you hit the send button, you can delete blank pages.
Our goal is to relieve others of the frustration associated with empty pages. Since Microsoft Word is the most commonly used document creator, we have created a guide to remove those unwanted blank pages.
Step 1: Select the page you want to delete
The first step in deleting the page is making sure that it is selected. The last thing you want to do is get it wrong. Either scroll on the page or use Go for Function (Ctrl + G, OR CMD + G If you’re on a Mac).
When you find the page, click or tap anywhere to select it.
Step 2: Select Full Page
It may look like you have already taken this step, but it is enough that Word knows that you want to delete the entire page, not some content on it. Open up Go for Function (Ctrl + G, or CMD + G If you’re on a Mac) and type Page In Enter page number Box. Then select Go for, after Close.
Step 3: Delete Page
Microsoft Word does not have a dedicated page removal tool, but now that we have selected the entire page, we can remove it very easily. Double-check the entirety of the page you want to delete and then press Remove Key.
How to delete a blank page in word
Most text editors, Word included, seem to have a habit of creating blank pages at the end of their documents, seemingly without reason. Removing them before setting your boss on fire (remember how to do this if you haven’t done so) or a printer is usually a good idea. To make the process as fast as possible, you can use some quick methods.
Phase 1: To find blank pages, we want to open the navigation pane. You can choose by doing so opinion From the top menu and make sure navigation pane The box is ticked. A new column should open on the left side, showing all the pages in your document. If it does not, be sure to select The page Tab into it.
stage 2: Scroll through the list to find the blank page you want to delete. One click and double click or tap to jump straight to it.
step 3: Press Ctrl + Shift + 8 (Or if you’re on a Mac, CMD + 8) To show the paragraph marker creating a blank page in the first place.
step 4: Click and drag to select all paragraph marks Remove Key to remove them and blank page. Alternatively, if you only have a few paragraph marks and you want to move them to the last page, you can select them all and go back and change their font size. House Tab in the top bar, and type “1” in the font size box, then press Enter.