|Using Ctrl + z to undo the immediate previous function
✨ Thank you, Saifullah T., for the February Tech Tip! ✨
Use ctrl + z to undo the immediate, previous action.
If you accidentally cut text out of your document, or realized that you typed words incorrectly, you can press ctrl + Z to undo the mistake, and the document will return back to the way it was before you made the change.
Press and hold the ctrl key.
While still the holding the ctrl key down, press the z key, This will undo the last action that you took.
**Keep in mind that this shortcut works as long as the program you are using remains open. Once you close the program, and then reopen it, ctrl + z will not work to undo the previous action.