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Undo / Redo

Most of the graphical features can be undone even if the electrical project is open in several workstations.

Some features, principally process features cannot be undone because their impact on the database is very important and cannot be canceled.


Menu: Edit > Undo

Menu: Edit > Redo


The Undo command cancels the last command used. The Redo command cancels the result of the last Undo command used.

The Undo and Redo icons have an arrow to display the last commands used. If you select one of these entries, all the previous actions are undone or redone at one time.


Into some interfaces, you can use the [Ctrl]+[Z] shortcut to undo the last action.

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