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Cancel button in c#

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I have a form which gets loaded with default values when loaded. The user goes and makes the changes and then halfway decides to cancel them.
by clicking on the cancel button. How do I get him back to the initial form.
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You can also have the action of the button do a Response.Redirect("mypage.aspx")

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