Quick Steps to Delete any Unwanted Blank Page in a Word Document

Quick Steps to Delete any Unwanted Blank Page in a Word Document
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Millions of typists enjoy Microsoft Word due to its
easy-to-use features but in certain cases, you can be afflicted with some
problems while typing. However slight some of these problems might seem, they
could frustrate you and prevent you from printing your typed document in the
exact form you prefer. Probably, a blank page could show up within your Word
document and if it is not phased out, it might reflect on your work actually
when it is eventually printed.

Typists who frequently use Microsoft Word are certain to be
hemmed in by this problem –a frustrating situation where you have some blank
page in your Word document. In most cases, the blank page may be found towards
the end of your Word document or at the centre of the document. Meanwhile, the
frustrating point of is that you find it difficult to remove this empty
With the complexity of technology, there are several
recommendable ways through which this problem could be solved but on
a constructive note, you might find some of these ways quite roundabout and
Nevertheless, this very article you’re reading will expose you to
the quickest and easiest steps you can take in order to overcome this
typographical hurdle. Read on and do ensure you follow the steps one after the
Locate that blank page and create a text in it
–probably a text that comprises just few words
Locate the immediate page that precedes the
blank page
Place your mouse pointer on the last word on the
preceding page
Select the last word (on the preceding page)
together with the text you created on the blank page
On your keyboard, look for the Delete button and click on it
With this done, you have obviously removed the
blank page together with the last word on the preceding page
Since you deleted only the last word of the
preceding page, you can easily re-type it just to have it back