In Excel, the undo button returns your worksheet to the state it was in right before you took the most recent action. Redo has the reverse effect of undoing what you've just undone, such as deleting something by accident.
Press Ctrl+Y or F4 to redo something you've undone. (If pressing F4 doesn't seem to work, try pressing F-Lock or Fn, then F4). Click Redo on the Quick Access toolbar if you want to use the mouse.
Ctrl+Z will undo an action. If you prefer to use your mouse, go to the Quick Access Toolbar and click Undo. If you want to undo numerous steps, press Undo (or CTRL+Z) repeatedly.
The undo function can be used to undo a mistake, such as erasing the incorrect word from a sentence. The undo function undoes any activities that were previously undone with the redo function.
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