Do you know how to delete a page in Word for Mac? It’s easy. Say you’ve got a document and you want to get rid of one or more of the pages. IN some instances, this is a simple as going to the page and selecting all of the text on that page. Do this by putting your cursor at the beginning of the text you want to remove, click your mouse and hold it, then drag to select all of the text on that page. Hiit Delete and all of the text will disappear. The rest of the text in the document will shift up to fill the void where you have deleted the page.

 

Here’s a way you can do it without leaving behind any of the code in the document you can’t normally see. This will give you a cleaner delete all the way around.

 

You can delete a blank page at the end of your document, or empty paragraphs or page breaks, by showing paragraph marks.

Press ⌘ + 8 to show paragraph marks.

To delete empty paragraphs, select the paragraph mark and delete it.

 

In most cases, it won’t be necessary to go to all of these lengths to delete, but some users just like knowing there are no stray pieces of code hiding in the document. Deleting in this manner is more time consuming, so for most people, simply selecting the text and allowing the document to reflow is the best way to do it,