Usually when you copy text from the Internet and paste it in Word, there are blank lines and a lot of space. In this case, if you want to print the file, it will consume more paper. Since the number of extra lines and the length of the text may be large, the fastest way to delete is better Know the empty lines of the Word file.
When typing in Word, every time you press Enter, a hidden tag called “Paragraph Tag” is added to the end of that line. To see these tags in the Word file, you can from the tab Home Click the paragraph icon (which looks like a “P” symmetric with two lines).
With the help of options Find and Replace You can replace lines that have two paragraph tags with one paragraph tag to remove extra spacing lines from your file.
Delete extra blank lines in a Word document
Open your document with Microsoft Word to start deleting blank lines. In the menu, click on the Home tab and then on the right side of the screen Replace click.
The Find and Replace window will open. It should now p ^ p ^ Type in the Find What box. Each p. Is a specific code and stands for paragraph tag. Here we want to replace lines with two paragraph tags with one paragraph tag at a time; Then p ^ In the Replace With box, click the button at the bottom of the window Replace All click.
After clicking, all blank lines will be removed from your document. When you see the confirmation pop-up window, tap OK click.
If you still see blank lines in your file after this, it is because there were more than two consecutive blank lines at the end of the lines. In such cases, you must repeat the above steps in the Find and Replace window to eliminate all blank lines. You can also find the number of p کد codes in the document and then replace them all at once with a paragraph tag.