Tip of the Day

The Multiple Undo Shortcut

Need to back up a few steps to re-adjust a setting? Piece of cake. Here’s a shortcut to do just that. You can step back through your History palette (found under the Window menu) by pressing Command-Option-Z (PC: Control-Alt-Z) a few times. This doesn’t delete the items, but takes you back a step in the History palette each time you apply the shortcut.

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  1. Shaun 11 September, 2008 at 15:49 Reply

    This is one of the coolest/time saving tricks for an advanced user. I’ve was tired of clicking back and forth to the history for multiple undo’s, and had never thought there was a work-around. What a simple yet effective shortcut..

    Thanks!

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