Undo is typically the very first button most people learn to recognize on sight. There’s a good reason for that – we all make mistakes. Well, lucky for us, Access 2003 keeps track of many of the steps you take when working in a database so that in the event that we make a mistake, all it takes is the click of Undo button to set everything right. If you’re a keyboard fan, you can also press [CTRL] + Z.
However, there are some instances in which the Undo feature simply doesn’t work. For example, you can’t undo a record deletion.