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Chapter 6. Working with Documents > Making Corrections

Making Corrections

Everyone makes mistakes and changes their mind at some point, especially when creating or revising a document. With TextEdit 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. If you need to undo several actions, you can use the Undo command multiple times. With the Undo command, if you change your mind, you can just as easily use the Redo command to restore the action you reversed.

Undo or Redo an Action

  • Click the Edit menu, and then click Undo to reverse your most recent action, such as typing a word, formatting a paragraph, or creating a chart.

    TIMESAVER Press +Z to undo.

  • Click the Edit menu, and then click Redo to restore the last action you reversed.

    TIMESAVER Press + Shift+Z to redo your undo.

    NOTE The Undo and Redo commands may change based on the action that was last performed (such as typing or dragging).


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