Undoing and redoing actions


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Undoing and redoing actions

If you ask most people what their favorite command is, Undo is usually the answer. Let's face it, we all make mistakes and when we do, Undo is a perfect way to put things back the way they were. In this lesson, we'll look at the workflow behind the Undo command. On my screen, I have some geometry that represents a small chest of drawers. Now to look at Undo, we first have to something, so I'm going to make some changes to this geometry. I'm going to convert this from a six-drawer cabinet to a three-drawer cabinet. I'll start by selecting the geometry I no longer need, and then I'll press Delete to remove it.

I will then launch the Extend command, I'll grab the inside right edge as my boundary object, and I'll press Enter. I will then create a crossing window to select the drawer geometry and project it over to meet that edge. When I'm finished, I'll press Enter. Let's do one more thing. I'd like to remove the legs from this cabinet. For that, I...

Undoing and redoing actions
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Undoing and redoing actions provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2013 Essentials: 02 Drawing Fundamentals

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