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Part 2. Optimizing Photoshop Projects > Task 2 How to Undo with the History Pal...

Task 2 How to Undo with the History Palette

The History palette is the control center for Photoshop's multiple undo capability. It allows you to revert an image back beyond what the simple Edit, Undo command can do. The History palette records each edit or command as a layer tile. Click a tile to revert the image to that earlier state. You can set features and options to optimize how the History palette works.

1. Open the History Palette

Select Window, History to open the History palette. The palette shows a snapshot at the top, representing the original state of the file as it was opened. As you make changes to the file, those changes are displayed as tiles running in descending order in the palette.


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