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Word document to remove paragraph symbols from a word document

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Dear misseap, you probably have put the 'track changes' option on. You can remove it by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+E. This should stop removing paragraph symbols from your text.

You might also like to select all the text and right click to find format option. In this options you can make the changes to formatting of the text.

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Extra blank pages in Microsoft Word are usually the result of extra paragraphs or page breaks. If you've tried (and failed) to delete a blank page by clicking on the bottom-right corner of a blank page and hitting backspace until it disappears, you can solve the problem by deleting all of the hidden format markers. Learn how to show and delete paragraph markers and page breaks, as well as what to do if you find one that can't be deleted. Open the document in Word. In many cases, blank pages in a Word document result from extra added paragraphs or page breaks. To find out if this is what's causing you trouble, you should enable format markers in Word.Press Ctrl+? Shift+ (Windows) or ? Cmd+ (Mac). Now you will see paragraph markers (¶) at the beginning of each blank line, as well as at the end of existing paragraphs. You may also see lines that say "Page Break.Go to the blank page. If you see a ¶ or a line that says "Page Break" on the blank page, you'll need to delete it.
Highlight the ¶ mark or Page Break with your mouse.
If you see both (or more than one of each), highlight it all at once.
Hit the Delete key.
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You can delete a blank page in a Word document by deleting the page break at the end of the page. You can also combine two pages by deleting the page break between them.
Make sure you're in normal view (on the View menu, click Normal). If nonprinting characters, such as paragraph markers , are not visible, click Show/Hide on the Standard toolbar, and then do one of the following:
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Printer problems can be a real hassle.
From time to time, due to document layout or settings on your computer, in your software of choice, or even on your printer, a blank page may get "printed" with the rest of your document.
Fortunately, this issue is a simple one to troubleshoot.
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Specify the number of pages you wish to print, within the Print dialogue box.
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Once you have started up Word and are on the "HOME" tab look to the paragraph section and you will see the "music symbol" Click on that and it will remove them from the page you are working on.

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