People often have problems with page breaks–especially with deleting them, and especially when they are adding extra, unwanted pages to the end of a document.
This is partly because Word has two kinds of page breaks–the kind that it inserts automatically if you keep typing past the end of the page, and the kind that you add manually (for example, by pressing CTRL+ENTER).
In this quick video, I’ll show you the difference between the two and how to get rid of both.
For more information, see Add or delete a page.
— Joannie Stangeland