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Visual studio 2012 how to add menu icon for returning to previous location?

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There was an icon that I can click so the cursor would jump to previous file/loc that I was looking at.  How to add that back to the top menu?  I clicked the drop down add/remove button but couldn't find it.
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I don't have VS2012 (VS2010 and VS2013) but I believe you are looking for the Standard Toolbar:Access the Standard Toolbar by way of the View Menu.Access the Standard Toolbar by way of right-clicking the current toolbars.-saige-
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If you have the standard toolbar already and are missing the associated back button, you can use 'Add or Remove Buttons' from the toolbars menu:Capture.JPG-saige-
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If you have back and forward buttons on your mouse, these should perform the navigation as well.
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i have Standard tool bar.  I haven't used this since 4 years ago so either I don't remember the icon or they changed the icon. but I found it, thank you.
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