While there is no action that removes the page from document Microsoft Word you can easily delete all text on this page using the Delete or Backspace key on your keyboard. However, first use the Show/Hide feature to see exactly what needs to be removed.
This article applies to Word for Office 365, Word for Office 365 for Mac, Word 2019, Word 2019 for Mac, Word 2016, Word 2016 for Mac, Word 2013, and Word 2010.
Use the Show / Hide feature
The Show/Hide feature in Word displays hidden formatting characters such as paragraph marks, table cells, page breaks, and spaces between words. Use it to see what you need to delete and avoid deleting text you want to keep.
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Activate the Show/Hide feature before deleting text on a Word document page. Here’s how.
On the ribbon, select House .
In a group » Paragraph » select icon » Show / Hide» (paragraph character).
Your text now displays formatting characters.
To disable this feature, again select Show / Hide .
Or use a combination Ctrl keys + Shift + eight or Command + Shift + 8 to turn on or disable the feature Show / Hide .
Use the backspace key
When formatting characters are displayed in your document, you can see which parts of the document need to be removed to remove one page. To remove all material, place cursor to the end of the text you want to delete and press and hold key backspace on keyboard.
Mac keyboards don’t have keys backspace . Instead of this key Delete serves the same purpose.
Depending on how much text you have, try using a shortcut to highlight text and then use the backspace key. To select and delete text using the Backspace key: