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Go to Definition ... How to Jump Back to original location?

Posted on 2008-11-10
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I right click the mouse and select GO TO DEFINITION
Instantly I'm transported to new code section ....

But .... once I jump "GO TO DEFINITION"

how the heck do I "JUMP BACK" to where I was?????

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press Ctrl and -(minus) key together, it takes the cursor to the last position.
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I've been looking for that, off & on, for almost 4 months. Never thought to simply ask Experts-Exchange.

Thank you!
Volking
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