Example: "If you accidentally delete a section of text, select 'Undo' to bring it back."
The Undo command is located in the Edit menu of most programs and has the shortcut "Ctrl+Z" (PC) or "Cmd-Z" (Mac). It is used to undo the most recent action performed in a program. Common events that can be undone include typing or deleting text in a word processing program, drawing or moving images in an image editor, and trimming media in a video or audio editing program. By selecting "Undo," most actions can be quickly reversed. Many programs also support "multiple undo," which makes it possible to undo several actions at once.