How to Remove Pages From Word 2007


Microsoft Word 2007 includes some tools meant to expedite the process of locating and selecting specific bits of text. One such tool is called "Find and Replace," and allows you either to simply search for specific keywords or search for and replace those keywords with a new value. An added bonus of the "Find and Replace" tool is the "Go To" option, which can be used to select all of the content on a particular page. You can then remove the selected page from your document.

  • Launch Microsoft Word 2007 or double-click an existing Word document to open it in Word 2007.

  • Browse through your document until you find the page that you wish to remove from the document.

  • Click your mouse anywhere on that page.

  • Press "Ctrl-F" to launch the "Find and Replace" tool.

  • Click the "Go To" tab at the top of the window.

  • Type "\page" into the field under "Enter page number."

  • Click "Go To" to highlight the contents of the page, then click "Close" to exit the "Find and Replace" utility.

  • Press "Delete" on your keyboard to remove the selected page from the document. Repeat this process to remove additional pages.

Tips & Warnings

  • If you delete the wrong page by accident you can press "Ctrl-Z" to undo the action and restore the page.

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