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Learn how to work with unlimited levels of undo and redo in Adobe InDesign CS3.
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If you're converting from QuarkXPress 4, you know the pain of that second mistake. You know what I am talking about? You move this, then you move that, you've only got one undo, now you are going to do some manual revoking. It's a real problem if you have been working for some five ten minutes, and realize you would like to go several states. Well yeah, Quark fixed that in later versions, and they gave you more undos. InDesign however has given us unlimited undos. I am going to move this box, this box, this box, this box, let's move this over here, move that, let's delete that. I am going to select all of these, delete them, and now on a Mac Command+Z, Command+Z, on a PC it would be Ctrl+Z, Ctrl+Z, Ctrl+Z. Now we can just keep going back in time all the way back to the beginning. If you go too far, it's Command+Shift or Ctrl+Shit+Z, and that takes you forward again.
There is no History Palette like we have in Photoshop, but we have the ability to undo and redo back to where we started, including all opened documents. So watch this, I am going to move this, move this, move this, undo, undo, undo, but when I come back to this document, I still have my undos and redos here as well. You can even undo before a Save, with one exception, if you are working on an untitled document, and let's say you worked for 15 minutes on it and you decide to save it. The first time you save the document and you name it, saving it to your hard drive or server, you will cancel out all your undos prior to that point. But once you save the document, let me just show you. I am going to go to the end here, and I am going to save this document, File, Save, undo, undo, undo, undo, undo, undo, undo, and now, I am going to save again. No harm is done, so you can undo before a save, provided you have already saved that document to a location and given it a name.
In addition to the unlimited undos, we also have crash protection. What that means is, if you are working on a document, and the power flickers, the computer locks up, when you restart InDesign, all documents that you had opened at the time of the crash will open up to the point they were when the crash happened, including untitled documents. Those files maybe a little strange for you at first, so let me show you in Preferences. I am going to InDesign Preferences on a Mac, you Window's users would want to go to Edit Preferences, and let's go down to File Handling. You'll notice that it asks, where do you want to save your recovered data? I personally have never changed the location. If there is a specific place where you want the recovery files to reside, those will be the files that are there waiting to go to work when you're restarting InDesign in the case of a crash, you can click choose and change that.
I think you would want to have a specific reason to change that, otherwise leave under default. Something else that might be a little unusual to you, let me hide out these documents real quick, and I am going to show in the Chapter 01 folder, if you go look there now, in the Chapter 01 folder you'll see two files that have the label lock on them. Chapter 01 is one file name clicking through and it looks like kind of a code. These files right here are where your undos are tracked. Don't worry about them, ignore them. When you close out of your documents, those temp files will disappear. There is no need to mess with those.