While typing or editing, it’s very common to make mistakes. To rectify them you might have used Undo and Redo options a lot of times. But if you are a Windows user who recently shifted to Mac, you may not know how to perform Undo and Redo actions on Mac. Hence, this guide provides all the possible shortcuts to perform these actions on your Mac computer.
Mac: How to Perform Undo and Redo Actions (2023)
You can Undo and Redo actions on your Mac using the keyboard shortcuts or using the menu options by following these workarounds:
Perform Undo on Mac
You can perform Undo action on Mac by following these steps:
- Press the ‘Command’ + ‘Z’ keys on your Mac keyboard to Undo using a keyboard shortcut.
- Alternatively in some apps, pressing the ‘Option’ + ‘Z’ keys on your keyboard performs the Undo action.
- Also, you can click the ‘Edit’ tab from the toolbar to open the menu and select the ‘Undo’ or ‘Undo Edit’ options.
- In some apps, you might not find the Undo option, instead there will be the ‘Revert’ option in the ‘Edit’ menu, click on it to undo changes.
Perform Redo on Mac
You can perform a Redo on your MacBook by following these steps:
- Press the ‘Shift’ + ‘Command’ + ‘Z’ keys on your Mac keyboard to perform the Redo action using a keyboard shortcut.
- Alternatively, some apps use the ‘Option’ + ‘Shift’ + ‘Z’ keyboard shortcut command to perform the Redo action on Mac.
- Also, you can open the ‘Edit’ menu and click the ‘Redo’ or ‘Redo Edit’ options.
Note that some apps may have limits on how many actions you can undo and redo. For example, some word processors may only allow up to 100 Undo and Redo at a time. Also, some apps may not support the ‘Undo’ and ‘Redo’ features.
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