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Part 3. Basic Photo Fixing > Undoing Your Mistakes

Undoing Your Mistakes

Don't think of any photo-fixing decisions you make as mistakes, for two good reasons: You can always undo them, and experimenting is the only way to learn what works and what doesn t. So, click away—you have nothing to lose but playtime!

Immediately after making any change to the picture in the active image area, choose Edit, Undo, or press Ctrl+Z.

To undo the next-most-recent change, click the Undo shortcut (or press Ctrl+Z) again.

To reapply the last change you undid, choose Edit, Redo, or press Y before you do anything else.

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Other Ways to Undo

If you want to see everything you ve done to an image before you start undoing, you can use the Undo and Redo shortcuts, or open the Undo History palette. Right-click the step you want to undo, and choose Delete (subsequent steps are deleted, too).


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Canceling All Changes

To undo all your changes during a session—before you save—choose E, Revert. The last saved version of the file appears in the active image area.


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