You can use the History panel to repeat the last step you performed, repeat a series of adjacent steps, or repeat a series of nonadjacent steps. (For basic information about the History panel, see About the History panel.)
To repeat one step, do one of the following:
- Select Edit > Redo.
The name of this command changes in the Edit menu to reflect the last step you performed; for example, if youve just typed some text, the command name is Redo Typing.
- In the History panel, select a step and click the Replay button.
The step is replayed and a copy of it appears in the History panel.
To repeat a series of adjacent steps:
- Select steps in the History panel by doing one of the following:
- Drag from one step to another. (Dont drag the slider; just drag from the text label of one step to the text label of another step.)
- Select the first step, then Shift-click the last step; or select the last step and then Shift-click the first step.
The steps played are the steps that are selected (highlighted), not necessarily the step the slider currently points to.
Although you can select a series of steps that includes a black mouse-movement indicator line, that mouse movement is skipped when you replay the steps.
- Click Replay.
The steps are replayed in order, and a new step, Replay Steps, appears in the History panel.
To repeat nonadjacent steps:
- Select a step, then Control-click (Windows) or Command-click (Macintosh) other steps.
You can also Control-click or Command-click to deselect a selected step.
- Click Replay.
The selected steps are replayed in order, and a new step, labeled Replay Steps, appears in the History panel.
- Applying steps to another object
- Applying steps to multiple objects