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How to Undo and Redo Changes in Microsoft Word 2010

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Wed, 02 May 2012 22:47:44 GMT  RssIcon

How to Undo and Redo Changes in Microsoft Word 2010

When using Micrsoft Word 2010, any changes you make to the document can be undone with a click of the 'Undo' button, and subsequently redone with the 'Redo' button. If you've undone something by accident. I know I've done this several times myself. Keep in mind that if you undo a change, then make new changes - you won't be able to redo the initial undo...

Undoing your Word 2010 work

The Undo command - undoes anything you do in Word, which includes typing text, formatting, drawing lines, blocks, images, and you can also undo anything you have deleted with the backspace or delete key. You have two easy ways to utilise the Undo command:

  • Ctrl + Z on your keyboard
  • Click the Undo button on the top left hand corner of the Quick Access Toolbar. The Undo button contains a drop-down menu that helps you view past changes that can be undone.

Redo, the Undo-Undo command in Word 2010

If you used the undo command and decide that you actually needed that change, then use the Redo command to bring back the changes made. You have two ways of doing this as with the Undo Command:

  • Ctrl+Y on your keyboard
  • Click the Redo button on the Quick Access Toolbar to the right of the Undo button.

Once the Redo command has nothing left to redo, it functions as the Repeat Typing command. This can be a timesaver. Simply type some text and press Ctrl+Y on your keyboard or click the Repeat Typing button from the Quick Access Toolbar, MS Word repeats the last few word(s) you typed. Experiement with this and find the most effective use for it.

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