You know how you can use the extra mouse buttons to move back and forward in Internet Explorer?
The same shortcuts work in Visual Studio. Suppose you right-click on a function call, and select Go To Definition. Once you’re done looking at the definition, hit the back button on your mouse: You’re taken right back to where you came from!
(The keyboard equivalents are Ctrl+ – and Ctrl+Shift+ -)
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