Monday, May 15, 2017

How To Undo, Redo, and repeat actions in Coreldraw

For doing a graphic design using CorelDraw certainly you never made a mistake in making an object, the color or text. that error usually can be intentionally or indeed and not realize it.

So, how to restore objects design on 2 to 3 stages before?.

CorelDRAW already provides facilities that can facilitate the work of a graphic designer. by using the Undo command, Redo, and Repeat your problem will be resolved.

To do the Undoing

Click Edit > Undo  or  can also by press CTRL + U on your keyboard

To do a Redoing

Click Edit > Redo or also can press CTRL + Shift + Z on your keyboard

To perform Repeat

Click Edit > Repeat

To specify the Undo settings

  1. Click Tools > Options.
  2. In the Workspace list of categories, click General.
  3. In the Undo levels area, type a value in one or both of the following boxes:
  • Regular — specifies the number of actions that can be reversed when you use the Undo command with vector objects
  • Bitmap effects — specifies the number of actions that can be reversed when you work with bitmap effects

** Note
The value that you specify is limited only by your computer's memory resources. The higher the value you specify, the greater the demand on memory resources.

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