Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Undoing Mistakes
FIGURE 3.6
Select slides in the Outline pane by clicking the slide icon to the left of the slide title.
Click here to select all
the text on the slide
Undoing Mistakes
Here’s a command that can help you in almost all of the other chapters in this topic: undo-
ing. The Undo command allows you to reverse past actions. For example, you can use it to
reverse all of the deletions that you made to your presentation in the preceding section.
The easiest way to undo a single action is to click the Undo button on the Quick Access
toolbar or press Ctrl+Z. You can click it as many times as you like; each time you click it,
you undo one action.
By default, the maximum number of Undo operations is 20, but you can change this. Choose File
Options, then
click Advanced, and in the Editing Options section, change the Maximum Number of Undos setting. Keep in mind that
if you set the number of undos too high, it can cause performance problems in PowerPoint.
 
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