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Visual Studio: What is the short-key to come back from code that I used f12

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If I navigate to a method using F12, how can I come back for the point of origin? I remember that was something like ALT - but it's not working for me.
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CTRL + -?
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Didn't work.
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Ctrl -  (Control and minus) seems to be the default on my system. You may have lost the binding, at which point you can reset it (or change it to something else) by going to Tools->Options->Environment->Keybaord. Look for "View.NavigateBackward" and select it; then you should be able to see what the current binding is. If you want to reset or change it, click inside of "Press shortcut keys:" and then press the key combination you would like to use.
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