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Chapter 3. Editing Worksheets > Undoing, Redoing, & Repeating Actions - Pg. 78

Editing Worksheets 78 Figure 67. Use the Paste All & Clear All pop-up menu at the bottom of the Office Clipboard to either paste or remove all Office Clipboard items. Tips You can select multiple Office Clipboard items by holding down while clicking each one. · If more than one item in the Office Clipboard is selected, clicking the Paste Selected button pastes them all in, in the order they were selected. · Choosing Paste All from the Paste All & Clear All pop-up menu at the bottom of the Office Clipboard (Figure 67) pastes all items into the document. · To remove Office Clipboard items 1. 2. In the Office Clipboard window, select the item(s) you want to remove. Click the Clear button at the bottom of the Office Clipboard (Figure 67). or Choose Clear All from the Paste All & Clear All pop-up menu at the bottom of the Office Clipboard (Figure 67) to remove all items. Undoing, Redoing, & Repeating Actions Excel's Edit menu offers a trio of commands that enable you to undo, redo, or repeat the last thing you did. · Undo (Figure 13) reverses your last action. Excel supports multiple levels of undo, enabling you to reverse more than just the very last action. · Redo (Figure 27) reverses the Undo command. This command is only available if the last thing you did was use the Undo command. · Repeat (Figure 13) performs your last action again. This command is only available when you performed any action other than use the Undo or Redo command. Tips · The exact wording of these commands on the Edit menu (Figures 13 and 27) varies depending on the last action performed. The Undo command is always the first com- mand under the Edit menu; the Redo or Repeat command (whichever appears on the menu) is always the second command under the Edit menu. · The Redo and Repeat commands are never both available at the same time. · Think of the Undo command as the Oops command--anytime you say "Oops," you'll probably want to use it. To undo the last action Choose Edit > Undo (Figures 13 or 35) or press .