Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: How to redo type in a current presentation on Windows 7?
Like you can simply “undo” or “redo” an action while working on any application in the Microsoft Office 2010 suite such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, etc. you can also do the same actions to rectify a typing error while you are working on a presentation using the Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 program. Irrespective of whether you have just started the presentation or are nearing completion of the project, you can perform these actions and resolve common errors in just a jiffy. If you aren’t sure about where to access the tools from, read on.
The easy steps to resolve the issue are:
- Open Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.
- Type the text on your presentation.
- To undo an action, you can either:
Click Undo on the Quick Access Toolbar.
Press CTRL+Z on your keyboard
- To redo an action that you undid, you can:
Click Redo on the Quick Access Toolbar.
Press CTRL+Y on your keyboard
Isn’t this what you have been doing regularly? Now, you can use the above mentioned steps to easily redo or undo an action and carry on working conveniently to complete your presentation project on your Windows 7 PC.