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    hyperlinks; returning from (Ofc 2003, SP2)

    Document with many hyperlinked cross references to definitions in the back of the same document. If you activate a hyperlink, how can you then go back to place you just came from? The assigned keystroke for "go back" doesn't seem to work too well. Is there another solution? I figure no one will use the hyperlinks because you have problems getting back where you were in the document.

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    Re: hyperlinks; returning from (Ofc 2003, SP2)

    If the Web toolbar becomes visible when you follow a hyperlink, you can click the Back button on this toolbar.
    You can always use its keyboard shortcut: Alt+left arrow (press the left arrow key while holding down Alt).

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    Re: hyperlinks; returning from (Ofc 2003, SP2)

    Thanks Hans - I banished the Web toolbar long ago. Alt + left arrow works great.

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