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Replaying Steps

You can replay steps from the History panel to the same object or to a different object in the document. You can replay steps only in the order in which you performed them; you can't rearrange the order of the steps in the History panel. If a red X appears in the icon for a step, it indicates Flash cannot save or replay the step. The Repeat command on the Edit menu also allows you to apply your previous step to another object. For example, if you fill a shape with a color or pattern, you can fill another shape with the same color or pattern by selecting the other shape and using the Repeat command.

Replay Steps to the Same Object or Another Object

Open or expand the History panel.

Select the steps you want:

  • One step. Click a step.

  • Adjacent steps. Drag from one step to another or click the first step, hold down the Shift key, and then click the last step.

  • Nonadjacent steps. Hold down the (Mac) or Ctrl (Win) key, and then click steps.

Select the same object used in the History steps or another object.

Click Replay in the History panel.

The steps are replayed in order, and a new step called Replay Steps appears in the History panel.

When you're done, click the Close button on the History panel.


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