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undo and redo are two complementary commands that can be quite helpful when working in AutoCAD lets quickly create some objects Ill use the line tool to create a line segment Ill end the command and then start it again and this time Ill create several line segments and then right click and choose the close option to create a closing segment in the command then Ill use the rectangle command to draw a rectangle and finally Ill use the line command to create one more line segment the important thing to note here is the order in which I used the commands 1 2 3 and 4 now if I come up here to my quick access toolbar and click once on the undo tool AutoCAD will undo the last thing I did in this case it undoes the last line segment I created if I click on undo again it will undo the next most recent thing I did in this case it removes the rectangle if I click undo again it will not undo the individual line segments but rather all of the line segments I created in that instance of the li