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How to Undo, Redo, and Repeat on Your Windows PC

by Roveen Anyango
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Recently, we have been giving you tips on using shortcuts on your PC, especially Windows PC.

Shortcuts on the keyboard are not only interesting to know, but they also make the whole process of typing easier, more convenient, and, of course, efficient.

Here are a few more shortcuts for you to explore. This time, we’ll delve into the simple yet powerful actions of undoing, redoing, and repeating on your PC. Don’t worry, learning these is easier than you might think!

How to Undo

If you want to undo any action in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or Excel, you can simply press CTRL + Z on the keyboard.

Alternatively, you can use Undo on the Quick Access Toolbar, which you can access anywhere your files and documents are. The Undo symbol is displayed at the top left of a document with an arrow that folds back.

If you want to undo multiple steps, you can press CTRL + Z or Undo as many times as you want.

Note that you cannot undo some actions, for example, selecting commands on a File or saving a file (you can’t ‘un-save’ a file).

How to Redo

Sometimes, you might accidentally undo something or perhaps accidentally delete something. In this case, you will need to redo it.

Simply press CTRL+Y or F4 on your keyboard. Alternatively, you can press the Redo button on the top left of your document, shown by an arrow folding forward.

Repeat and Action

If you want to repeat something, such as a paste operation, you can also press CTRL+Y or F4 as you did in Redo.

Alternatively, you can select Repeat on the Quick Access Toolbar.

However, note that by default, the repeat command is not available on the Toolbar and thus, you will need to add it there yourself. Here is how to add a command on the Quick Access Toolbar.

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