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Undo

Undo can sometimes save your boompah (no, that’s not computer jargon—it’s Grandma’s euphemism). When you do something that makes you scream, “Aack! Oh no!” then try Undo. It’s always the first command in the Edit menu (or press Command Z).

Note:

What Undo can undo is only the last action that occurred. For instance, if you selected two paragraphs of brilliantly witty text that you spent three hours composing and then the cat walked across your keyboard and obliterated the entire work, Undo could give it back to you IF you Undo before you touch anything. If you start fiddling around with the keys and the mouse, then what you will undo is that fiddling around. So if something goes wrong, don’t scream—UNDO. Then scream.

(Some applications, such as illustration programs and page layout applications, can Undo multiple times. Check your manual.)



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