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You-ll lose all of the undo history for a file when you do what

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Answer 1
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You'll lose all of the undo history for a file when you close the file.

Explanation:

You'll lose all of the undo history for a file when you close the file. When you're working on a file on you computer you have the possibility of going back if you make a mistake. This applies to design software (for example, the Adobe programs such as Photoshop or Illustrator) and also to text and calculation softwares (Word or Excel). You can go back many steps and rearrange your work many times. However, once you close you file you lose the undo history and will only have the last changes you saved.

Answer 2
Answer: Close the file i think is you're best choice 

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"what type of performance art did jim morrison's influences (such as antonin artaud) inspire in him?"

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The performance art audience confrontation inspired Jim Morrison and inspired him. Audience confrontation is a common performance art used in Rock & Roll.
Iggy Pop also used this audience confrontation in his performances. 
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Question 4 (1 point) Members of the nobility and upper classes were all expected to be accomplished and
graceful dancers.
True
False

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Hey don’t have to be dancers but are expected to be accomplished
HIGH SCHOOL

Roman architecture incorporated the
a. arch
c. vault
b. dome
d. all of the above

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D
 
Roman arch was a significant invention during the rise of the roman empire. barrel vaults make up the entrances to the coliseum and domes can be seen at the duomo in the santa maria del fiore in venice designed by bruenelleschi 

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D. All of the above

Explanation:

It's correct on edge nuity

HIGH SCHOOL

Michelangelo’s Pieta depicts the Virgin Mary holding the body of Jesus after he had been crucified. T ot F

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Answer:

TRUE

Explanation:

    The Pietà sculpture, made by the Renaissance Michelangelo, is one of the most beautiful and impressive works in the history of Western art and one of the best known by the author.

   Produced in marble in 1499, the work is 174 x 195 cm. In it, the artist represents the biblical scene in which the Virgin Mary holds in her arms Christ - her son - already lifeless.

  This Christian theme is called Pietà, which in Italian means "godliness." Therefore, practically all works made with this motto are given the same name. The scene is related to Our Lady of Mercy and Our Lady of Sorrows.

   The sculpture is located in Vatican City, in St. Peter's Basilica.

It's true, because as you can see, Jesus is lying across Mary's lap. He has just been taken down from the Cross. (That's the best way I can word that, hope it helps!)
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