Do you want to know that how you can delete a page in Google docs no worry you can follow this guide to format your document and delete the unnecessary page that prevents your document to be presented in a better way.
You have prepared a very important document, no matter what it’s for; you’re going to want it to look as perfect as it possibly can. A lot of this comes down to formatting. If there is an extra page hanging around somewhere, you’re going to want to get rid of that. That extra page could be the thing standing between you and a higher letter grade, a promotion, or even a book deal you never know.
In this article, we will cover how to delete a page in Google docs. We will try some of the best ways to delete an extra page, depending on the reason it’s there in the first place. Read on.
How to Delete a Page in Google Docs
The very first and simple method to delete a page in Google docs can be used if the problem with your project is too much content. In this case, getting rid of that extra page is very simple.
Open your document with Google Docs and hover your cursor to highlight the unwanted text and images. Now, press the Delete (Mac) or Backspace (Window) key on your keyboard until everything is removed from that page. You’ll find that your selected page is now removed from your document.
This method can also work if you delete a page’s worth of text from different portions of your project. If you get rid of a paragraph here and a paragraph there, eventually those omissions will add up to a full page of space.
How to Delete a Blank Page in Google Docs
When you add some content in such a document and press the enter key at the end of the text, a new page will be created automatically and pressing enter at the end of the page in the right. It may that you don’t need that extra or blank page that has been created automatically. And you want to delete the entire page without running the format of the text. Deleting the last blank page which is right at the end of all content is much easier than deleting a blank page in the middle of the document without disturbing the format. It may little bit differ to delete the blank page at the end of the document and delete a blank page in the middle of the document, don’t worry, we will guide you both methods. Just read on:
Blank Page at the End of Document
1. Open the document in Google Docs or Open your “Google Docs” and add the content. Hover cursor on the blank page at the end of your document.
2. Here, you can see the line between the new blank page that has been created automatically and the existing page you have your content on. Seek help from the image.
3. Now fly your cursor on the line right between the pages and you can see a typical icon showing in the image, once you see this icon, click delete or backspace while keeping your cursor on that line.
Blank Page in the Middle of Document
When you have a blank page in your document, this is how it looks like.
In such a situation, you can follow the steps as mentioned in the above section, but that will be very time-consuming. You will probably have to keep pressing the backspace or delete button until your blank page is filled with the text page and then you can apply the first method to delete the page. However, it will take you much time, so we will guide the less time procedure.
To remove the blank page in the middle what you need to do is;
1. Open the document in Google Docs and select the blank page by dragging your cursor like we do when we select a word or a sentence. Make sure that you select the whole blank page and go till the end. You can see in the image.
Once you selected the whole blank page, you need to simply press delete or backspace on your keyboard and you’ll see that the blank page will disappear like it was never there.
That’s it. This was easy enough, you can apply both methods depends on your situation and make your document bugs free.
We have explained the easy way to delete the blank page in your documents on Google Docs. Hope you try it and make your best one.