No, the undo history only applies to actions taken in that program. If you copied some text from a web page, but never pasted it into a word document, then the only solution available to you is to find the original source material a second time. Then be sure to copy and paste it without allowing yourself to become sidetracked.
I am trying to recover an old "cut"...
I had "CUT" an long commentary with the intent of pasting it to a .txt document. But, I got sidetracked and then "CUT" a filename to paste somewhere else. I really don't want to have retype the long commentary.
I know that, in MS WORD, multiple CUTS are saved to a HISTORY panel. I *DID* have MS Excel open at the time of the cuts.
So, does Excel have the same "CUT" history that WORD has?? If so, how do I activate it?
If not, is there another way to recover old "CUTS"??