PowerPoint Presentation: The Undo command in PowerPoint gives you a chance to correct your most recent mistakes. The default setting keeps the last twenty actions in memory for your corrections if necessary.
Correct the Most Recent Mistake(s): Correct the Most Recent Mistake(s)
The PowerPoint Undo button is located on the Quick Access Toolbar at the top of the screen. Click on the Undo button once or repeatedly to go back several steps. This will delete the last action you made on your slide. This could be like typing error, a background color or font choice. Note - to use keyboard shortcuts
, press the Ctrl + Z keys of the keyboard to undo the last action
Correct an Error Several Steps Previously: Correct an Error Several Steps Previously
PowerPoint Presentation: You may want to correct an error several steps back, but not have to redo the most recent actions. On the Quick Access Toolbar click on the tiny drop down arrow beside the Undo button. From the drop down list shown, select the action you wish to remove.
Change the Maximum Number of PowerPoint Undo Commands: Change the Maximum Number of PowerPoint Undo Commands
PowerPoint Presentation: By default, PowerPoint allows for twenty undo's to be retained in memory, you can change this number. Choose File > Options from the ribbon.
PowerPoint Presentation: The PowerPoint Options dialog box opens, in the left pane click on Advanced . Under the heading Editing options , change the maximum number of undos to your preference.