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Chapter 5. Working with Layers > Using the Undo History Palette

Using the Undo History Palette

The Undo History palette lets you move backward and forward through a work session, allowing you to make multiple undos to any editing changes you’ve made to your image. Photoshop Elements records every change and then lists it as a separate entry, or state, on the palette. With one click, you can navigate to any state and then choose to work forward from there, return again to the previous state, or select a different state from which to work forward.

To navigate through the Undo History palette:

1.
To open the Undo History palette, do one of the following:

  • From the Window menu, choose Undo History.

  • From the palette well, click the Undo History palette tab.

2.
To move to a different state in the Undo History palette, do one of the following:

  • Click the name of any state.

  • Drag the palette slider up or down to a different state (Figure 5.64).

    Figure 5.64. Use the palette slider to move to virtually any point in time in the creation of your project.


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