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Introduction

Adobe introduced the History palette in Photoshop 5, and the graphic design world hasn't been the same since. On an elementary level, the History palette gives you the ability to perform multiple undos. Think of History as having a magical mistake correction tool, which never wears out. However, the History palette does much more than give you the ability to go back in time and correct your mistakes. The History palette is simply a tool, but when you combine the power of the History palette with the History brush, and Art History brush, you have a trio of tools that can take your creative designs to the next level and beyond.

Adobe Photoshop CS gives you two options for using the History palette—linear and non-linear. The linear state helps you keep track of your recent steps, and erases and steps that interfere with a linear flow to the palette. The non-linear state preserves all the steps (linear or non), and is useful when you need to think outside the linear box.


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