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Original Article Date: Oct 17, 2003
When doing a lot of design changes in your file, it may be helpful to place a "bookmark" in the file so that you can undo back to a particular point. Learn how in this article. With thanks to Karl Peterson for suggesting this topic!
When doing a lot of design changes in your file, it may be helpful to place a "bookmark" of sorts so that you can undo your changes back to a particular point.Referred to as a mark, you can set it by selecting Edit > Set > Set Mark or by keying in mark.This action will put a marker in the undo buffer so that you can undo your work back to that point in the design process by selecting Edit > Undo Other > To Mark. (Then again, it might be easier to put the keyin undo mark on a function key.)
One last thing...you can have more than one mark in the file! Try this on for size:Draw some stuff.Set a mark.Draw some more stuff.Set a mark.Draw even more stuff.Set a mark.And just for the fun of it, draw some more stuff.Now, undo to the mark.Do it again...undo to the mark.And again....Cool huh?
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