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I have created a 300 page document which incorporates links to charts, etc. These links can be activated from all over the document. Question: After linking to the chart from a certain location, is there a way to "return" or go "back" to where you were last at, (without having to incorporate more "links")?
I hope this makes sense. I read one instruction for creating a button which said to insert the "code" in the header etc. Is not this going to be visible? What header? etc? Please keep it simple, as my brain is simple.
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Just been having a few trials with this for you. I can't see any way round it, I'll keep looking though!
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