What does Ctrl+Z do
Ctrl+Z is also known as control+Z, C-z, and ^z. Ctrl+Z can use this shortcut key to undo previous actions in your text editor, browser, and PC screen. In this article, we will be talking about what Ctrl+Z does and how you can use it.
Ctrl+Z can use to undo multiple previous actions on your Word Doc, browsers, or any text editors. So, for example, you could press and hold Ctrl and then press Z three times to undo the last three changes (if they exist).
How To Use Ctrl+Z on your Internet Browsers
To make use of this shortcut key on browsers and learn how perfect it can be for those who work from home as a writer, author, and other works requiring the use of the Internet or text editors.
- Firstly, launch open your preferred Internet browser. This guide works for Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Opera.
- Now, open three to four new Taps.
- To undo those Taps as an example of this function, push your Ctrl key and reach out to the Z button with another finger while holding it down.
- You’ll notice a Tab has disappeared, and if you keep pressing the Ctrl+Z button, this will undo all closed Tabs.
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