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I am using latex to write my report, papers and everything. However, sometimes I wrote many sentences and deleted them accidently. Then, I can go back to them using ctrl+ z. Suppose, I write a paragraph. Then, do some changes and then I thought for a while that I should not do these changes. So, I use ctrl + z to back to my old paragraph, after that, I am pretty sure I was correct with my changes. So, how can I go back to those changes? That is, what is the opposite short cut of ctrl + z?

Any help please?

  • @bmv amazing. Honestly, it is the first time for me to know that. I am a mac user and windows as well. I am using texmaker. editor. Could you please write you comment as an answer. – Silver_80 Jan 11 '18 at 12:17
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It very much depends on your editor. It might be ctrl+y or ctrl+shift+z, but there is no general rule.

  • It will save my time!! – Silver_80 Jan 11 '18 at 12:19

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