There are two types of page breaks in Word: breaks that Word automatically adds to mark the end of each page, and manual page breaks that you can add. You can delete manual page breaks. You can’t remove automatic page breaks, but you can adjust where they occur.
How to Remove Page Breaks. You can remove page breaks you’ve added and also adjust where Word’s automatic page breaks appear. To remove a manual page break: 1. Click on the Show/Hide symbol, which appears as a paragraph mark (¶) on the Home tab. This will show hidden non-printing characters such as spaces and page breaks.
Summary – How to remove page breaks in Word. Click inside the page that occurs before the page break. Click the Home tab at the top of the window. Click the Show/Hide button in the Paragraph section of the ribbon. Select the Page Break formatting mark. Press the Delete (or Backspace) key on your keyboard.
Delete a stubborn page break in Word. Sometimes, Word won’t let you delete a page break. The fix is usually simple — although the cause might surprise you.
Delete a page in Word. Next Page, Odd Page, and Even Page section breaks may create a blank page in your document. If the blank page occurs at the end of your document and you have a section break there, place your cursor directly before the section break and press Delete. Tip: To more easily find section breaks,