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Chapter 4 Creating and Manipulating Objects

3. Undoing an Operation


You can undo any previous drawing operation performed in the drawing area with the undo option in the Create menu. A drawing operation is any operation done in the drawing area that manipulates or changes the appearance of an object or objects. This includes any change in an object's property sheet that produces a change in the object's appearance. The undo option will undo any drawing operation performed since you opened the display. Actually, there is a limit to the number of drawing area operations the undo option can undo, but it's unlikely you'll ever exceed it.

The undo option, however, will not undo an undo. If you, for instance, create an object and then use undo to delete it. You cannot then recall the undone object by choosing undo again.


EDD/DM User's Manual, 2.4 - 27 MARCH 1997
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