How to Delete Unwanted Page in Google Docs.


Google Docs is an online word processing platform for your web browser that enables you to create text documents, presentation slides and spreadsheets in a similar way to Microsoft Office programs. One of the most useful features provided by Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides is the version history. If you have made unwanted changes to your original document, you can simply go through past versions of your document and choose the one you want to restore.

A couple of different ways to do it:

Just hit the Delete button

Put your cursor at the end of the text on the front page and hit Delete. Sometimes you can also just highlight the blank page and delete it.

Adjust your margins

You need to go to File > Page Setup to adjust the margins. The problem is often that the page is trying to insert too large of a margin on the bottom. So just shrink that down and you should be back to the correct number of pages in your document.

Use custom spacing

Go to the Format > Line Spacing > Custom Spacing menu.

If this value is anything greater than zero, try switching it back to zero and see if it eliminates your space.

Remove a page break

You’re going to have to remove the page break to get rid of that extra page.