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How to select and delete any item in Microsoft Word? step by step guide

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Being the best word processor that exists today, Word allows you to easily delete images, texts, tables and any other elements that you have incorporated into the document.

This can be done with very simple steps, so you should not have a problem when executing the steps that we will mention below.

In case you delete other data or images that you didn’t want, don’t worry! You can recover it by pressing the key combination “Ctrl + Z”. But this is not all, you can also learn other secrets in this post.

Steps to select and delete any item in a Word document

We will show you below the steps that you must follow in different situations to delete an element from a Microsoft Word document. Pay attention not to make mistakes:


When you want to delete one, several words or directly a paragraph, you just have to select it moving the mouse without releasing the left peripheral key. Once you have shaded what you want to delete, you will have to press the key “Suppress”.



In case you need to delete images you will have to click on it until you see that the photo has transparent circles on the vertices. To finish this task you will have to press “Suppress”.


In the tables you will have to do a procedure similar to that of a paragraph. You must select the table by hovering over the entire side of the element. To delete, press Suppress.

If you haven’t selected everything, click Undo and repeat the steps again until you can delete everything you need.


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