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The Redo tool reinstates all actions canceled by Undo. After reinstating the actions, the current tool continues.
For example, suppose that you place a door and then cancel the placement with Undo. You then choose to place a window. While the Window tool is active, you click Redo. Revit reinserts the door and then continues the Window tool.
If the Redo tool is active and you execute an action, the Redo information is lost.
NoteThe Redo tool is available only after you use the Undo tool.
To redo a single action
- Undo a Revit action.
- Click (Redo) on the Quick Access toolbar.
Revit reinstates the action that you had previously canceled with Undo.
To redo multiple actions
- Undo multiple Revit actions.
- On the Quick Access toolbar, click the drop-down list adjacent to the Redo tool ().
- Scroll down to find the action to redo.
- Select the action.
Revit reinstates all actions up to and including the selected action.
TipYou can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Y to redo actions one at a time.