1. Anaplan User Experience
  2. Use apps and pages in the User Experience
  3. Worksheets
  4. Grid overview
  5. Undo a cell change

You can undo the last change you made to a cell on a worksheet. Use this option if you make a mistake when you update your data, or to check the previous value of a cell.

You cannot undo a change made to a cell before you've opened a worksheet, or a change made by someone else. This means you can only undo a change you made while a worksheet is open.

Only the most recent cell change is reversible. To revert to an older cell value, right-click the cell and select Show history. Alternatively, select a cell and click the Cell history icon in the top-right of the grid. This displays older cell values, which you can manually re-enter.

To undo a cell change:

  1. If not already open, navigate to the browser window for the worksheet that contains the change you want to undo.
  2. Press the default shortcut for undo on your operating system:
    • Ctrl-Z for Windows
    • Cmd-Z for MacOS


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