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How to skip steps in the UNDO/REDO history?

A - answer The history of UNDO / REDO allows to undo and redo only commands in the sequence in which they were performed.

But in case of undoing the erase function (either the ERASE command or the implied erase after the BLOCK command) you can skip the latest performed commands in the series and revert (undo) directly only the erase operation - even when it was followed by other commands. For this, you can use a special command with an emotional name - OOPS.

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applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT ·

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