Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 saves all the steps done to an image as states in the Undo History Palette.
Select Window > Undo History from the menu to display the Undo History Palette.
Each entry of the Undo History Palette contains a state of the image. The oldest available state is at the top and the most recent state is at the bottom of the list. To undo the changes made with the type tool do any of the following:
- select Align Left Edges from the Undo History Palette
- type Control + Z
- select Undo from the top menu bar.
Clicking on any state will undo all the changes in between the newest state and the selected state. Selecting the Rounded Rectangle Tool state will undo all the states in between.
If any changes are made to the image at this point, Photoshop will delete the steps below Rounded Rectangle Tool and replace them with the new state.
By default, Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 saves 50 user states in the Undo History Palette. After 50 states, the oldest states are no longer in the list. This number of states to save in the Undo History Palette is configurable. Select Edit->Preferences->Performance… from the menu to change this option.
Select the desired number of states and then press OK to apply the change.
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