Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Undoing, Redoing, and Repeating
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The Office Clipboard and the System Clipboard
You might be wondering how the Office Clipboard relates to the system Clipboard.
Here’s a quick rundown of how the two relate to one another:
The last item you copy to the Office Clipboard is stored on the system Clipboard.
Clearing the Office Clipboard also clears the system Clipboard.
When you click the Paste command on the Home tab, or press Ctrl+V (or any other
Paste keyboard command) to paste information, you paste the contents of the system
Clipboard (which by default is the last item you added to the Office Clipboard).
Undoing, Redoing, and Repeating
Thank goodness for Undo and Redo in Word 2010. No matter what you’re working on in
your document, when it comes to editing text, you have ample opportunity to change your
mind—not only can you undo edits you’ve recently made, but you can also redo undone
edits and even repeat an action if you need to. Most likely, you’ll use the Undo command
more frequently than the Redo and Repeat commands, so the next section introduces that
feature first.
Using Undo
With the Undo feature, you can undo one or many changes made to a document during
the current session—in fact, you can revise up to 1,000 actions in the current file. To undo
one or more actions, use any of the following methods:
Click the Undo button on the Quick Access Toolbar or click the arrow and display the
Undo list and click the action you want to undo. (If you don’t see the action you’re
looking for, scroll through the list.) Note when you undo an action in the list, you also
undo all the actions that appear above it in the list.
Press Ctrl+Z or Alt+Backspace to undo the last action.
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