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Im using LR4 with great succes. I love it. But I would like to be able to see the history of what I have done to my files. Is there a way to check this? And if I can pull this history, can I then remove a single or multiple steps from it, instead of using ctrl-z over and over again?

asked Jun 08 '13 at 04:41

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First click on Develop and then on the History in the left side panels

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answered Jun 08 '13 at 07:42

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edited Jun 08 '13 at 07:59

Omg thank you!! I totally overlooked that history panel because I always have that side filled up with presets. Thank you!

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