When you work on a drawing, CorelDRAW keeps track of the operations and commands you perform. If you make a mistake or change your mind about transformations you have just finished, you can clear them easily.
You can undo transformations (i.e., rotate, size, stretch, scale, rotate, skew, and mirror) applied to an object or group of objects. If you select a group, only the transformations performed on the group as a whole are cleared; transformations performed on individual objects before they were grouped remain unchanged.
CorelDRAW also lets you undo a transformation while you are in the midst of applying it. For example, if you begin rotating an object, then decide you don't want to, you can use the ESC key to stop the transformation. CorelDRAW will revert your object to its original size, position, and shape, unchanged.
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