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How do I get an arrow-sign I can use to get to the earlier page I was on a minute ago?

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Don't know the English vocabulary in this field: I want to get back to the page I just was on, without having to start all over the search again. Have looked for somewhere to click, but haven't found that arrow-type of sign as yet. How do I go about to install that function? Please give me the exact words to use as I don't know these English (computer) words. Or if the funtion allready exist, what is it called and where do I find it? I have a Mac OSX, if that's important info. Thanks. Pirjo

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Gryllida 76 solutions 892 answers

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This is what the Back button does. It normally is at the left of the address bar. If you don't see it, try steps here: Navigation buttons like back, home, bookmarks and reload are missing.

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Hello, dear. Thank you so much for your (fast) help! The toolbar was missing - now I have it thanks to your help! Kisses to you! Pirjo

Gryllida 76 solutions 892 answers

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pirjoinkin..., if you're still there, you can close this thread as solved using a button at the right of my reply. Thanks