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Undoing Edits

Use the Undo command to withdraw the last command. You can repeat Undo until all steps have been canceled, indicated by the message "Nothing to undo."

Set Undo controls to control the number of commands to undo and to group the commands handled by Undo.

Note: Undo reverses only drawing database modifications, and not modifications of the view. Use Zoom Previous to restore previous views.

To undo edits:

  1. Click Edit > Undo (or type U).
  2. Repeat the undo operation as needed.


Command: U

Menu: Edit > Undo

Keyboard Shortcut: Ctrl + Z

Keyboard Shortcut: Command + Z

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