Learn how to use the undo feature in Office 2000 and the redo feature in Office 2000 in this free lesson.
The Undo feature lets you delete the last change made to your document. As you can imagine, this is a handy feature. If you suddenly make a change or mistake you do not want or did not mean to do, you can simply undo your action.
Word remembers up to 300 actions in a document and allows you to undo any or all of them as long as you haven't closed the document first. In fact, you can undo all of your recent actions by repeatedly clicking the Undo button located on the Standard toolbar .
Check out our Access 2000 lessons for a better explanation of the Undo feature in Access.
Notice the small list arrow next to the Undo button. When you click it, you'll see a list of all the separate actions you have performed on the document you are working on. You can select as many actions as you want to undo.
You cannot choose to undo one action in the middle of the list. If you want to undo something you did several steps back, you will have to undo everything you did after that action.
If you only want to undo one action in the middle of your document, highlight it and delete it or type the corrected text over it.
The repeat feature allows you to reverse the last undo.
You can also repeat multiple actions.