Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Undoing an Edit
By clicking that button (or utilizing its
keyboard equivalent, Ctrl+Z), you can
nullify the command you’ve just executed
(note that a small number of commands
can’t be undone, such as adding a new
worksheet to the workbook). Moreover, if
you click Undo repeatedly, each previous
command will be repealed in succession.
And if you click the small drop-down to the
right of Undo, a history of the commands
you’ve carried out this session will be
shown on the screen, something like
Figure 3–5.
Figure 3–5. Long memory: The Undo drop-down menu
Drag your mouse through those
commands you want to undo, as shown in
Figure 3–6. Click your mouse, and those
selections will be undone.
Figure 3–6. Choosing which commands to undo
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