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How to Use the Undo Shortcut in Excel

If you're like most people, you probably use the Undo shortcut quite frequently in Excel. After all, it's a very handy tool that can save you a lot of time and effort. But what exactly does the Undo shortcut do?

In a nutshell, the Undo shortcut allows you to undo any changes that you've made to a worksheet. This includes changes to cell values, formulas, formatting, and even inserted or deleted cells. To use the Undo shortcut, simply press Ctrl+Z on your keyboard. You can also find the Undo option in the Edit menu at the top of the Excel window.

If you want to redo a change that you've undone, you can use the Ctrl+Y shortcut. You can also find the Redo option in the Edit menu.

One thing to keep in mind is that the Undo and Redo shortcuts only work for the most recent change that you've made. So if you've made multiple changes and you want to undo all of them, you'll need to press the Undo shortcut multiple times.

You can also use the Undo shortcut to undo changes that you've made to multiple worksheets at the same time. To do this, simply select all of the worksheets that you want to undo changes to by holding down the Ctrl key and clicking on each worksheet tab. Then press the Ctrl+Z shortcut.

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