Chapter 10. History

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IN THIS CHAPTER

Using the History palette  161

Changing history states  163

Deleting and clearing history states  164

Using snapshots  165

Creating documents from states  167

Restoring areas selectively  168

Using the History palette, you can selectively undo or restore previous stages (called “states”) of a work session. In this chapter, you’ll learn how to restore, delete, and clear previous states; preserve states by using snapshots; create a new document from a state or snapshot; and restore areas of an image to a prior state by using the History Brush or by filling a selection or layer with a history ...

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