Shortcuts are the best way to make your workflow more efficient. However, while you might already be aware of the undo shortcut, the flip side of the same coin — redo — isn’t often talked about. Here we’ve discussed the redo shortcut for Windows and Mac, which is used not only for typing but also for design actions in the OS and documents, including Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Access.
What is the redo shortcut for Windows?
The shortcut for redo on Windows is Ctrl + Y.
Alternatively, you can press F4 to redo on Windows. If F4 doesn’t work, try Fn + F4.
On Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Access, you can also use the redo icon on the toolbar at the top. You can redo or undo up to 20 of the last actions in Access.
What is the undo shortcut for Windows?
The undo shortcut for Windows is Ctrl + Z.
What is the redo shortcut for Mac?
The shortcut for redo on Mac is Shift + Command + Z.
Alternatively, you can also access the toolbar and click on Edit > Redo.
If you’re using Word, Excel or Powerpoint on Mac, the redo shortcut is Command + Y, or you could use the redo icon on the toolbar at the top.
What is the undo shortcut for Mac?
The undo shortcut for Mac is Command + Z. Alternatively, you can access the toolbar and click on Edit > Undo.
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