OK, based on our comment discussion here's a macro based solution.
Create a new Macro with the following code (Alt+F8, specify the name, click Create):
Selection.EndKey Unit:=wdLine, Extend:=wdExtend
Selection.Delete Unit:=wdCharacter, Count:=1
Assign a keyboard shortcut to it:
- File > Option > Customize Ribbon
- Click on Keyboard shortcuts: Customize (bottom left)
- Scroll down the Categories list and select Macros, choose your new macro
- Press the shortcut key combination (e.g. Ctrl+D)
- Click Assign
- Close > OK
And you are done. Now you can press Ctrl+D whenever your cursor is on a line and it will perform Home - Shift+End - Delete sequence for you which will delete the line.
Hopefully, that will work for you. Cheers!
(Initial) Answer that uses a mouse click
If by "row" you mean a line of text
then the simplest way (I think) is to
click in the left margin on the line
you want to delete and hit
If you want to avoid using the mouse
then I'd go for the approach suggested