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Chapter 10. Basic Object Editing > Recovering from Unintentional Edits

Recovering from Unintentional Edits

Often when you’re using AutoCAD, you will need to go back to an earlier state of the drawing either by disposing of unneeded objects or restoring removed objects. The following sections discuss methods of recovering edits made to the current drawing.

Recovering Erased Objects

You can use the ERASE command to remove selected objects from a drawing. The ERASE command is found on both the Modify toolbar and the Modify menu. After selecting the desired objects, press the Enter key or the spacebar or right-click to end the general selection process. Because the ERASE command does not require any further information, the objects are then erased.


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