Using Undo History


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Using Undo History

The smartest way to undo steps that you've taken as you edit an image in Full Edit mode is to use the Undo History panel. I like this method of undoing over others because it helps me to keep track of exactly what I'm eliminating and what I am bringing back as I undo and redo. To open the Undo History panel, I'll go to the Window menu at the top of the screen and I'm going to choose Undo History. That opens the Undo History panel down here at the bottom of the column of panels. It doesn't leave very much space to work with this panel.

So I'm going to drag the panel out of this column of panels by clicking on its tab and dragging over here, and then moving it up against that column of panels until I see a blue line. I'll release my mouse, and that starts a new column of panels here with just the Undo History panel in it. So it expands to take up the full length of the screen and that's a good thing, because I'm going to be filling this Undo History panel...

Using Undo History
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Using Undo History provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop Elements 9 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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