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Microsoft Word users may run into this problem from

time to time: a blank page either in the middle or at the

end of a document that cannot seem to be deleted.
Frustrating! You can choose to print only select pages,
but that doesn’t exactly solve the problem.
Here are some possible steps to delete your unwanted blank page. The
video above will also walk through these steps.

Basic solutions

 The most basic solution: go to your unwanted blank page, click as

close to the bottom of the page as you can get, and press your
backspace key until the page is removed.
 Go to the VIEW tab, select Navigation Pane in the Show section,
select the blank page thumbnail in the left panel, and press your
delete key until it is removed.
 Check your sections: Go to the PAGE LAYOUT tab, click
the Margins button, and select Custom Margins. Click
the Layout tab. In the drop-down menu next to Section start,
make sure that New page is selected. Click OK.

Use paragraph symbols

 Detect what’s on the page by displaying paragraph marks and

formatting symbols. Look on your blank page to see if there are
any symbols, especially the paragraph mark,
or ¶. Select the symbol and delete it, and you will likely also
delete your blank page.
 If your blank page is in the middle of the document, it may be due to
a manual page break. With paragraph marks turned on, you will
be able to see the page break. Select it and delete it.

Trouble with tables

 If there is a table at the end of your document, Word will
automatically insert a paragraph after it, often resulting in a blank
page at the end. While you can’t delete this inserted paragraph,
you can make it extra small so it doesn’t cause a new page to be
displayed. With paragraph marks turned on, select the paragraph
symbol and change the font size to 1 point.
 If you still see a paragraph mark on the blank page, change the
spacing around it. Select the paragraph symbol, go to
the Paragraph section and launch the Paragraph formatting
dialog box by clicking the pop-out icon in the lower right corner of
the section. On the Indents and Spacing tab, change any
spacing before or after the paragraph to 0. Change the Line
spacing to 0. Click OK.
 If those two options didn’t work, you can hide the paragraph. Select
the paragraph symbol, and launch the Font dialog box by clicking
the pop-out icon in the lower-right corner of the Fontsection on
the HOME tab. Select the Hidden check box in the Effects
section and click OK.
Click here to watch this video on YouTube.