Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Undoing and Redoing Actions
5. (Optional) Click the Paste Options button that appears at the lower-right corner
of the pasted selection, and choose one of the formatting or other options that
appears.
6. Select additional paste locations and paste additional selections as needed.
7. Click the Close (X) button on the task pane window to close the pane.
If you plan to use the office Clipboard to paste multiple selections in a document, copy or cut all the selections
before opening the Clipboard and pasting. Doing so can save you time moving back and forth between i les.
Undoing and Redoing Actions
Figure 3.22 and other earlier fi gures show the Quick Access Toolbar. By default, the QAT has
buttons for three commands: Save, Undo, and Redo. As their names suggest, Undo and Redo
enable you to rescue your progress if you inadvertently slip up while working. Here’s how
they work:
Undo: Click the Undo button or press Ctrl+Z immediately to rescind a prior action.
For example, if you mistakenly delete some text, the name of the Undo button
changes to “Undo Clear,” and clicking the button reinstates the text.
Redo: The Redo button is unavailable (grayed out) until you perform an action that
Word can repeat. When it’s active, click it or press Ctrl+Y to Redo the prior action.
Note that the shape and the name of this button change. When it’s a round arrow
shape, it’s called the Repeat button, and clicking it repeats an action such as
entering a word you just typed again (in which case the button name is “Repeat
Typing”). When it’s the mirror image of the Undo button, it’s the Redo button and
clicking it redoes any action you just undid.
Multiple undo or redo: The Undo and Redo buttons both include drop-down list
buttons. Click the button to display a list of previously undone or redone actions,
and then click an action in the list to undo/redo that action and all the ones listed
above it.
 
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