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As your notebooks grow and change over time, you might want to delete pages or subpages that you no longer need.
Right-click the page tab and click Delete.
If you delete a page and immediately change your mind, press Ctrl+Z on your keyboard. This handy shortcut will undo the last thing you did — including deletions.
When you right-click a page tab, you’ll see Cut, in addition to Delete. Cutting a page works well if you plan to paste it right away. But if you do anything else — like copying or cutting something different — you’ll lose the page. Cut and paste right away so you don’t lose your work.
If you’ve mistakenly deleted a page, go to History > Notebook Recycle Bin to recover the page.