User talk:Mattman00000

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Reverting Vandalism[edit]

Hi. I noticed that on the Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi page, you reverted 4 simultaneous instances of vandalism by using the undo function on each on. This is fine, but theres any easier way. If a page has been vandalised several times in a row, to restore it to how it was, go to the page history, and click on the date of the last unvandalised version. This will display the page how it was at that point. If you then click edit, and just save it without making any changes (but with an appropriate/helpful edit summary) it will revert the article back to that version. This is very useful in cases of multiple vandalism, although you do need to be careful, as it can cause drastic changes to articles if you revert to the wrong version. See WP:Revert for more details. Good luck--Jac16888 (talk) 00:05, 12 May 2008 (UTC)

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