Undo your work Photoshop Elements 10


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Undoing your work

There are a number of ways to undo steps you've taken as you edit in the Full Photo Edit workspace. You can go up to the bar at the top of the screen and click the Undo button and that will take you back one step, and you can click the Undo button multiple times. There's also a Redo button here that brings your steps back, or you could go to the Edit menu and choose the Undo command from there; there's also a Redo command, or you could use the common keyboard shortcut for undo, which is Ctrl+Z on the PC or Command+Z on the Mac.

But I think there is another way that's better than all these ways and that's to use the Undo History panel. To open the Undo History panel, which is not open by default, go to the Window menu and choose Undo History. That opens the Undo History panel over here at the bottom of the column of panels on the right. As I showed you in the last movie, you can get more room for a panel by moving it out of this column. So I'm going to do that by clic...

Undoing your work
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Undoing your work provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 10 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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