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In this Adobe Photoshop CS3 tutorial, learn how the history palette is used to undo commands and go back to a previous state ...
of a document.
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How to Use the History Palette in Photoshop CS3
The History Palette in Adobe Photoshop can be use to go back to a current state that your document was in at a certain point. So to access the History Palette, go ahead and go up to window and then click on History and you can go ahead and adjust it if you need it to be bigger.
Now at the bottom is going to be your most recent commands and at the top is your last command saved from the very beginning. So in order to return to a certain state and then you can go ahead and you could go ahead and click on that and it’s going to take away all of those last actions and take you back to when you just had your stroke.
And then you could go ahead again and it will go ahead and redo it all the way back to the last action that you completed. That’s a quick way to go ahead and get back to a certain point or go forward to a certain point in your Photoshop document.