Revision Level Changes
Most firms are driven by strict revision control systems. If this is the case, returning to a desired design state is a simple matter.
If a revision is created in the local file but not yet committed to the server, its revision's entry in the Design History dialog has a four-part revision number, rather than the usual two-part number, and a pencil icon identifying it as a pending revision. In addition, the status bar's design history field displays a blue upward-pointing arrow icon.
If a revision has been created in the server copy of the shared file and has not yet been merged into the local copy, the revision's entry in the Design History dialog has a green downward-pointing arrow icon as does the status bar's design history field.