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Working  between folders in Windows XP Home edition. How do I go back to a previous folder?

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Windows XP Home Edition - Word 2007

Is there any quick way to return to a previous folder, beyond clicking  on the downward arrow on the Address bar and searching  for it?  

I notice there is a Green 'go' arrow to the right of the Address arrow, but it works forward, not backward.

I enclose a screenshot of a folder on my computer, in which you will see the Green 'Go' Arrow and the Address arrow.
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I have both forward and back arrow in my XP.   Right click on a blank spot on the toolbar and you can probably add the 'Back' arrow back into your menu bar.
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