Microsoft Word (often referred to simply as Word) is a widely-used word processing software program developed by Microsoft. It is a part of the Microsoft Office suite of productivity software and is used to create and edit documents such as letters, resumes, reports, and many other types of documents. It offers a wide range of features including text formatting, spell checking, grammar checking, and the ability to insert images and other media. It also supports collaboration features such as real-time co-authoring and commenting. It is available for Windows and Mac operating systems, and can also be accessed via web browsers using Office 365.
A page in Microsoft Word is a document layout element that represents a rectangular area used to display text, images, and other types of content. Word allows users to create and edit pages with various formatting options, such as margins, page size, and page orientation. Additionally, users can add page numbers, headers and footers, and other page elements to their documents.
To delete a page in Microsoft Word, you can use the following steps:
- Open the document in Word that contains the page you want to delete.
- Click and hold down the left mouse button on the page that you want to delete. Drag the cursor to the bottom of the page. It will select the entire page.
- Press the “Delete” key on your keyboard. This will remove the entire page from the document.
- Save your document.
Alternatively, you can also use the “Backspace” key on your keyboard to delete content from the top of the page and move the content on the following pages up.
Note: If the page you want to delete is in the middle of the document, you can also use the “Show/Hide” button on the “Home” tab to display the non-printing characters such as paragraph marks, tabs and spaces. Then you can select the paragraph mark at the end of the page you want to delete and press the delete key.