How To Remove A Blank Page In Word
If you have a blank page in your Word document that you want to remove, here are some steps you can follow:
- Display the non-printing characters in your document by clicking on the ¶ icon in the Home tab or by pressing Ctrl + Shift + 8.
- Click at the beginning of the blank page you want to remove.
- Hold down the Shift key and click at the end of the blank page. This will select all the content on the page.
- Press the Delete key on your keyboard to remove the selected content.
- If the blank page still remains, it may be because there is a page break or section break at the end of the preceding page. To check for this, click on the end of the preceding page and press the Delete key. If the blank page disappears, it was caused by the break. If it doesn’t, try the following steps:
- Click on the Layout tab in the ribbon.
- Click on the Breaks dropdown and select Next Page under Section Breaks.
- Click at the beginning of the blank page and press the Delete key to remove it.
- If none of the above steps work, there may be other formatting issues in your document causing the blank page. Try adjusting margins or spacing to see if that helps.
- Once you have removed the blank page, remember to hide the non-printing characters again by clicking on the ¶ icon or by pressing Ctrl + Shift + 8.
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