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Expanding History States in Photoshop

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In this tutorial viewers will learn how to increase their history states in Photoshop

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1. To undo more than one history state, use Ctrl + Alt + Z, not just Ctrl + Z

2. View the History window by going to Window > History

3. The default number of history states is 20

4. Go to Edit > Preferences > Performance

5. Set the number of "History States" under "History & Cache" to a larger number such as 50

6. While there can be as many as 1000 history states, this will drastically reduce performance

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