Microsoft PowerPoint 2010: How to redo type in a current presentation on Windows XP?
While you are working on your presentation using the Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 application, you may accidentally type in incorrect letters or you may incorrectly paste a text paragraph in a wrong slide. There are handy shortcuts using which you can easily undo such mistakes and save yourself from the hassles of typing the entire text, all over again. In a similar fashion you can also redo an action that you may have accidentally deleted while working on Microsoft PowerPoint 2010.
The easy step solution to the issue is as:
- 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
In just two clicks or by pressing just the two buttons you can comfortably get back what is relevant to your presentation – an undo action to delete the incorrect text and a redo action to get back what you may have erased by mistake.
Before you wonder if you could get such shortcuts activated to help you out with tasks and decisions in real-life, here is a short solution video that you can watch. The video will help you recall the easy steps mentioned above…