Remove entire line in Microsoft Word

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In Microsoft Word, does anyone know if there's a function that would allow me to remove the entire line (if my string is empty)? Thanks so much.
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Just highlight the line and press the delete key. My question is you mention a string being empty. Are we talking about blank lines at the end of the document? If so just position your cursor at the end of the text and highligh all the blank line (most likely carriage returns) and then press delete.

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