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i have added too many subdivisions and do not know how to reverse these. i need help with this

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this would help understand the issue

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    $\begingroup$ Hi. Please make the title of the question specific to what you are asking and not just the general topic. Thanks. (I can't edit this question for some reason?) $\endgroup$ – Ray Mairlot May 26 at 23:05
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i found out. you need to do to decimate and then click un sub divide

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Not a lot of context here so I'll offer this...

If this was recent try loading an autosave, from the file menu.

Otherwise depending what version you are running, you could use either the remesh modifier or go into sculpt mode and use the remesh tool. However If you have topology you you wanted to keep you'll lose that.

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