How to undo more in Photoshop CS6

By | October 19, 2014

How do I undo and revert more in Photoshop CS6, Adobe Photoshop Creative Suite 6 is very forgiving. This software allow you to use many different ways to undo what you did. By default, You can undo twenty previous actions. Sometimes you want to redo more reapply effects you’ve cancelled. How to use the Multiple Undo Shortcut ? In this tutorial I will show how to use the Undo command, It has been tested in PS CS4, CS5, and CS6.

How to undo more in Photoshop CS6

How to undo more in Photoshop CS6

How to use the Undo command

This command is simply undo last action. For example, I typed vertical text “PHOTOSHOPTIP.COM” in above photo, and remove it to right screen. I will cancel this action by using undo command.

Choose Edit > Undo or simply press Ctrl+Z (Command+Z on the Mac)

Undo vertical text in Photoshop CS6

Undo vertical text in Photoshop CS6

How Do I Undo More in Photoshop ?

By default, Photoshop remembers only twenty previous actions from which one can undo
Step 1 : Go to Edit -> Preferences -> Performance. You can use hotkey by pressing Ctrl + K to open Performance

Step 2 : on the right, under the History & Cache section, find the History States option. History states is the place you can change more or less undo you want.

Multiple undo in photoshop CS6

Multiple undo in photoshop CS6

Step 3 : To change the number of undo, click small arrow and move the slider. You only use 1000 history states.

Step 4 : Click ok

Thanks for your reading !

Author: Admin PhotoshopTip

Hello, I'm Hanna Kim. I love Photoshop and like designing web with Photoshop. I will try to post more tutorials. Please press LIKE or G+ button if this article is useful.

One thought on “How to undo more in Photoshop CS6

  1. Miles

    it’s not working for me !
    i trying restarting photoshop a few times but it still do nothing :/


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