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Chapter 9. Using TextEdit > Undoing & Redoing Actions

Undoing & Redoing Actions

The Undo command enables you to reverse your last action, thus offering an easy way to fix errors immediately after you make them. The Redo command, which is available only when your last action was to use the Undo command, reverses the undo action.

✓ Tips

  • The Undo and Redo commands are available in most applications and can be found at the top of the Edit menu.

  • TextEdit supports multiple levels of undo (and redo). That means you can undo (or redo) several actions, in the reverse order that they were performed (or undone).

  • The exact wording of the Undo (and Redo) command depends on what was last done (or undone). For example, if the last thing you did was change the font for selected text, the Undo command will be Undo Set Font (Figure 42).

    Figure 42. The Edit menu with Undo and Redo commands displayed. If one of these commands were not available, it would be gray.



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