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How return to to place where you launched a link from - Adobe Acrobat

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I am using Acrobat 9 Pro.

Lets say I am at a spot in a PDF file and there is a link.  I click on that link and it takes me to a place many many pages away from where I began.  How do I remember and get back to where I came from?  Is there a button or navigation key that will take me back to my last page?
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Use the "Previous" menu item in Acrobat
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Thank you
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