Undoing and the History panel


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Undoing and the History panel

In the old days you didn't get very many chances to undo a mistake in Photoshop. Things have changed, and now there are some great features that will help you to move back in time or even forward in time to fix your mistakes. One of those is the Multiple Undo command. I'm going to come in and select my Brush tool here and just make a few random strokes on the image. Now, obviously I don't want to keep those. So to get rid of them, I'm going to go to the Edit menu at the top of the screen and choose Undo, and it even tells you what the command is that you are going to undo.

And you can see to the right of that command the shortcut for Undo, which is Command+Z on a Mac or Ctrl+Z on a PC. So I'll actually use the shortcut. I'm pressing Command+Z and then I'll press Command+Z again, and it will toggle that second line back on. So with Command+Z, you can undo and then the second time around, redo. Now, what if you wanted to step backward and take away both of these st...

Undoing and the History panel
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Undoing and the History panel provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Photoshop CS4 Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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