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Is there a window I can pull up for the history so I can go back to a certain point without hitting undo over and over? Like in photoshop :) Take a snapshot or something? Thank you
Nick Novak2,517 Points
Hey Tara! Adobe has made great advances to PS and allow for a history panel, unfortunately they lack that feature for Illustrator. The undo function I find is much more sophisticated than in PS. But to have a list in a history panel would be a great feature. There is a bunch of resources across the web to pick up some techniques to manage this. Keep practicing and you'll start picking up a productive process that will get you pass the lack of a history panel.
Okay thank you! It is frustrating to be learning and not have a 'history' or snapshot to go back to ...guess I have to save more often!