If you have a lot of blank lines in your Word document, it's too tiring to delete them manually, and you're wasting ink and paper. Is there a more convenient way? We can use Word's own replacement function to process.
1. Open the Edit menu in Word and click Replace in the Find and Replace Window that pops up, click the Advanced button, and move the cursor to the Find what text box;
2. Then click the "special character" button to select "Paragraph mark", we will see "^p" appears in the text box, and then enter a "^p", in the "Replace with" text box, enter "^p", that is, "^p" replace "^p^p";
3. Then select "Replace All".