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    Returning from Cross-reference hyperlinks

    I know how to set up cross-reference hyperlinks such as "See the list on page 23", where the 23 is a hyperlink that, when CTRL+Clicked, will take you to that page.

    I think there used to be a way to automatically return your cursor to the place where you clicked the link, but I've forgotten what it is, and I can't seem to find it in the references. Maybe it's gone. If it isn't, I'd love to know what it is.

    Who can help?
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    Thanks!

    I notice that one can also use Alt-Right Arrow to get from the original link back to where it leads. Very useful, as it lets you edit in each location.

    Where can one find this in the Help? I have a feeling I just don't know the proper search term.
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    Try:

    • Alt+Left arrow - Go back after clicking a hyperlink.
    • Alt+Right arrow - Undo the Alt+Left arrow.
    • Alt+Ctrl+Z - Go back to previously edited location in document (up to 4 places).
    • Shift+F5 - Go to a the last change or revision. (This also works after opening a previously opened document, i.e. to go back to the last editing position.)

    You can also save a position in the document with a bookmark:

    • Ctrl+Shift+F5 - Set, go to and edit bookmarks.
    • Ctrl+G or F5 - Go to a page, bookmark, footnote, table, comment, graphic, or other location.

    Hope this helps...

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