Word can automatically add blank sheets to the end of documents. This usually happens because of lines that are hidden and can be erased without difficulty. In the case of tables at the end of the page, the application adds a new row right after the frame and it cannot be deleted. However, with a simple trick, you can make it tiny to avoid blank pages.
In the following tutorial, check out how to remove blank sheets in Word documents. The procedure was performed on the latest version of Office 2016, but the tips also apply to users of previous editions of the Microsoft program.
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Learn how to remove blank pages in Word Photo: Divulgao / Microsoft
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Step 1. On the "Home" tab, tick the button indicated in the image below to enable hidden formatting display in the document;
Turn on hidden character display Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
Step 2. Note on the blank sheet at the end of the document if there is a page break or spaces. In this case, just delete it and the blank sheet will be removed;
Erase page break or blank space Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
Step 3. In case of table at the end of the previous page, Word adds a line that cannot be deleted. To remove the blank page, click on it and set the font size to "1". The line will then be moved to the previous sheet and the blank page removed.
Decrease row size after table Photo: Reproduo / Helito Beggiora
Ready! Take advantage of the tips to remove possible blank pages from the bottom of your Word documents.
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