Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: How to redo type in a current presentation on Windows Vista?
After installing the Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 application on your Windows Vista PC you can instantly start to work on the same and create mind blowing presentations for your school, college, or workplace. However, while you are creating the text slides, you may accidentally type in incorrect words or letters and may look for ways to undo the action. Similarly, while working on the same application, there may be times when you may erase an important text portion or may fill a background color to the slide (when it wasn’t intended to be done) or add facts and figures that aren’t particularly relevant to the site. To resolve the issue in these cases, you may have to look for an easy solution to redo the action so that the conditions that are correct prevail again.
We have a step-wise solution mentioned below that you can follow to complete the task:
- 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
Wasn’t that simple? To help you recall the steps above, here is a short solution video that you can watch.
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