Hi everyone it may seem silly. But i was writing an article in word and I changed the format. I pressed ctrl + z to undo; but, I pressed it twice thereby deleting an entire paragraph. Whats the combination for redo? I can't find the option nor do I know the combination.
Immediate answers from anyone will be nice.
Thank you everyone , I thought it was Ctrl + r it was becoming right indent
Yup I got it back, thanks so much Richard, Simey and couturepopcafe
No problem. Remember to save (ctrl + s) your work regularly.
In Word, you should be able to hit the right arrow, not the undo, the other one, and what you undid should come back.
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