troubleshooting Question

Microsoft Word- Return to Previous Cursor/Edit Position Using A Button

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Microsoft WordMicrosoft 365VBA
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I have a Definitions section in my Word document.  I am using Office 365.  The document is an owner's manual, and I am referencing the same definitions multiple times.  The definitions are 200 pages past the primary references.  I'd like to be able to click on a hyperlink taking me to the definition of a word (already done that...  easy), THEN once I'm there, I'd like to click on a button or a hyperlink to take me back to the original position/cursor location/page regarless of where in the document user was reading on prior to navigating to the definition of a key term.

I tried using a button with SendKeys in VBA:  
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()

    VBA.SendKeys ("{Ctrl}{Alt}{Z}")
    
End Sub
I get a Runtime Error #5 with this, "Invalid procedure call or argument".

My first preference would be to hyperlink to return to previous page, but I can't seem to find any way to accomplish this.
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