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How do I restore an older subpage or delete the current page with bad updates?

The individual who owned the page has left. I accidentally deleted a block that disrupted the entire layout. I am trying to figure out how to delete the newest version or implement an older version of just this one page.

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Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

You should be able to look in the page history (it's in the actions menu, the ... towards the top right).  You'll be able to look through the history, and if you have the right space permissions, restore an old version (this actually creates a new version, so you don't lose the edit that went wrong)

Thank you Nic! I made a rookie mistake. A friend pointed out confluence must have changed something and basically there is a scroll bar at the bottom of the page. I simply went into the page history and this time scrolled to the right about an inch and there was all the restore options. I appreciate everyone's help :)

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