Either in the middle or at the end of your Word document, there is a blank page that seems difficult to erase.
This is a very common and sometimes frustrating event faced by many users when creating Microsoft Word content.
Table of Contents
- 1 Commonly asked questions:
- 2 Method 1 – Using Backspace
- 3 Method 2 – Using Navigation Pane
- 4 Method 3 – Page Break
Commonly asked questions:
- How do I delete a page in Word that won’t delete?
- How do I remove an extra page from my resume?
Here’s is the answer to all the questions related to above questions.
Method 1 – Using Backspace
Step 1 – Backspace: Return to the bottom of the unwelcome blank tab. Press the “Backspace Key” until the page is no longer visible.
Step 1 – Navigate to the “VIEW tab” in Ms Word
Step 2 – Choose Navigation Pane from the View Section. Select the blank page thumbnail by clicking on the pages.
Step 3 – Press and hold the delete key until it delete.
Method 3 – Page Break
MS Word uses page breaks to determine where a new page should begin. A manual page break in your document will help to eliminate unwanted blank page.
Mac – Press Ctrl+Shift+8 (⌘+8 on a Mac)