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Shortcuts for the 'Undo' Function in Excel

If you're like most people, you probably use the 'Undo' function in Excel quite often. After all, it's a handy tool that can help you fix mistakes and keep your workbook clean and tidy. But did you know that there are actually a few different ways to undo your changes in Excel?

Here are a few shortcuts for the 'Undo' function in Excel that you may not be aware of:

  • Ctrl + Z - This is the most basic way to undo your changes in Excel. Simply press the 'Ctrl' and 'Z' keys on your keyboard at the same time, and your last change will be undone.
  • Ctrl + Y - If you accidentally undo a change that you didn't mean to, you can use this shortcut to 'redo' it. Simply press the 'Ctrl' and 'Y' keys on your keyboard at the same time, and your last change will be redone.
  • Ctrl + Shift + Z - This shortcut allows you to undo multiple changes at once. For example, if you undo a change and then make another change, you can use this shortcut to undo both changes. Simply press the 'Ctrl', 'Shift', and 'Z' keys on your keyboard at the same time, and your last two changes will be undone.

These are just a few of the many shortcuts for the 'Undo' function in Excel. Experiment with them to see which ones work best for you and your workflow. And, as always, if you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below or contact our support team.

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