How to Delete the Second Page in Word?
Open the Document
Begin by opening the Word document that contains the unwanted second page.
Switch to Print Layout
Next, navigate to the "View" tab in the Word toolbar and click on "Print Layout" in the "Views" group. This will allow you to see each page of your document as it would appear when printed.
Select the Unwanted Page
Scroll through the document until you reach the second page, which you want to delete. Place your cursor at the beginning of the second page.
Note: Ensure that you are on the correct page before proceeding to the next step.
Delete the Page
Press the "Backspace" or "Delete" key on your keyboard to delete the unwanted second page.
Caution: Ensure that you have selected the correct page to avoid accidental deletion of important content.
Save Your Document
Finally, save your document by going to the "File" tab and clicking on "Save" or pressing "Ctrl + S" on your keyboard.
Tip: It is always a good practice to create a backup of your document before making any significant changes.
Verify the Deletion
Once the page has been deleted, scroll through your document to ensure that the second page is no longer present.
Congratulations! You have successfully deleted the second page in Word.