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How To Delete Pages In Microsoft Word

Today we are going to talk about How to delete pages in word. Unlike other Microsoft related off springs such as PowerPoint presentations, users cannot quickly delete a page in a Word file with a single click. The process of deleting his page is more tedious than that. So let's gather some more information about How to delete page in word.

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How To Delete Pages In Microsoft Word

1. For Windows

First of all the user should click on the page you want to delete and then press Ctrl + G. 

Then the user has to enter the page number and type the type page in the box.

The user then has to press Enter on his keyboard and then select Close.

The user then has to verify that the content page is selected and then press the Delete key on your keyboard.

2. For MacOS

First of all click on the page that the user wants to delete and press the option + ⌘ + G.

Then the user has to enter the page number and type the type page in the box.

The user then has to press Enter on his keyboard and then select Close.

The user then has to verify that the content page is selected and then press the Delete key on your keyboard.

3. For Blank page at end

The word here includes a non-delete last paragraph that sometimes pushes to a new and blank page at the end of the document. The way to delete a page for a user is to make the last paragraph fit on the previous page.

First of all press Ctrl + Shift + 8 to show your paragraph marks.

After that the user should then select the paragraph icon.

Then select the font size inside the box and type 01 and then press Enter.

Then the paragraph now fits on the previous page and removes the unwanted blank page.

After that the user then has to press Ctrl + Shift + 8 again to hide the paragraph marks.

If that paragraph still does not fit on the previous page the user can reduce the following margin.

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