Premiere Pro Tutorials / Video Editing

How To Undo In Premiere Pro [Super Fast, No Fluff]

How to undo in premiere pro
Published 26 April 2022

Last updated on 5 July 2022

It’s super easy to undo in Premiere Pro, so I will get straight to the point.

Quick guide to undo in Premiere Pro

All you need to do to undo is:

  1. Go to “Edit” in the top left
  2. Then click on “Undo“. You can also use a keyboard shortcut “Command + Z” on Mac and “Ctrl + Z” on Windows.

Premiere Pro “History” panel of changes

I want to inform you of the “History” panel in Premiere Pro. It’s ideal if you want to go back on further changes and see what you have done.

  1. Go to “Window” and make sure “History” is enabled
  2. Find the “History” box in Premiere Pro. Some layouts may show it in the bottom left section.
History panel
Enable history

If you are interested in learning more about Premiere Pro, see our How To Use Adobe Premiere Pro – The Basics guide.

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Will is a professional Ecommerce Shopify expert (7 years experience) & a professional Filmmaker/Video Editor (17 years experience). Now living between the Isle of Man & Brighton, UK. Highly experienced in Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, After Effects, Shopify, WordPress & SEO. Owner of Teckers, Bounce Color, Stunt Camera Crew & more.