Undo or Redo Typing and Changes For Free
Instructions and Help about Undo On PDF
It is important to be able to correct mistakes we’ve made and do things right. With pdfFiller’s undo/redo tool you can easily erase the last 13 changes you’ve made and reverse the last undo command. It’s very useful if you make a mistake or change your mind while editing a document. To enjoy all the advantages of the undo/redo tool, open the document in pdfFiller’s editor. You will find the undo and redo buttons in the top left corner of the page. The undo button is an arrow pointing left, the redo button is an arrow pointing right.
Alternatively, you can undo the last changes by pressing Ctrl+Z. You can reverse the last undo command by pressing Shift+Ctrl+Z. A tip: before you start editing a document or filling a form, make a backup copy of the blank document. If something goes wrong, you will always be able to start a new. To do this, select the document in its folder and click the Copy icon.
Enter a name of the copy and click the COPY button.
You can also undo all the changes you’ve made in a couple of clicks. Select the document in its folder, click the More drop-down menu and select Clear. Remember, however, that you won’t be able to reverse this action.
It should be noted that the empty fillable fields that you added to the document will remain.
If you like being able to edit and fill out documents in pdfFiller’s editor, you might be interested in a range of great features that pdfFiller has to offer. Some of these include highlighting, redacting or erasing text, adding sticky notes, text boxes, and pictures. Check out these tutorials to see the other great things that pdfFiller can do for you.
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