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Using the History Window

One of the features in many of the Adobe products that I (and other software developers) like the most is the History window, shown in Figure 3.20. This window records your actions step by step. If you make a mistake or want to jump back to an early version of your editing process, you can simply look in the History window and jump back in time to see how something looked at a given point without clicking Undo. Simply select the status or action that you performed where you want to preview. You can either continue building from there, return instantly to where you left off, or decide to go somewhere else in time. Consider it a really large, easy-to-read undo/redo list.

Figure 3.20Figure 3.20  The History window shows you step by step all your actions during the editing process.

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