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Making Corrections

Everyone makes mistakes and changes their mind at some point, especially when creating or revising a document. With Word you can instantly correct typing errors by pressing a key. You can also reverse more complicated actions, such as typing an entire word, formatting a paragraph, or creating a chart. With the Undo button, if you change your mind, you can just as easily click the Redo button to restore the action you reversed.

Undo or Redo an Action

  • Click the Undo button to reverse your most recent action, such as typing a word, formatting a paragraph, or creating a chart.

    TIMESAVER Press Ctrl+Z to undo.

  • Click the Redo button to restore the last action you reversed.

    TIMESAVER Press Ctrl+Y to redo your undo.

  • Click the Undo button list arrow, and then select the consecutive actions you want to reverse.

  • Click the Redo button list arrow, and then select the consecutive actions you want to restore.


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