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Undoing in MS Office

Most of us are aware of the Undo command in MS Office. Boy! It can really save your bacon when you have somehow managed to foul up something in the Office application you are using. Jensen Harris, who is highly placed in the MS Office User ... Experience Team says that Undo is the fourth-most used command in MS Word! There are multiple undo commands in practically all of the Office applications, with matching multiple Redo to undo what you just undid! There are, however, limits to how many undo actions you can take. Starting with the latest version of Office though, MS Office 2007, there is an ... (view more)

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Use the Undo and Redo Features: MS Excel

When you make a small mistake in entering data in a cell using MS Excel, you can easily retype, but if you make a larger error, such as clearing cells by mistake, you need to use the Undo feature. Undo brings back the information that you thought ... was gone. Excel keeps a record of changes you make to your worksheet, and you can choose to undo the last one -- or as many as you want -- in reverse order. Then if you change your mind and want to do the changes again, you can simply use Redo. Undo only works on changes that you've made during the current session, so you can't undo procedures if you ... (view more)

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