Let's display the previous page using the Back button
If you are using Internet Explorer8, the left arrow button outlined in red and located in the upper left of the window as shown in the figure below is the Back button. Even in other Web browsers a similar button is located in a similar location so please check there.
You can return to the page previously displayed in the window by clicking the Back button. By clicking this button several times, you can return to every page you displayed from the time you opened the Web page in the window until now.
Also, if you click the drop down button, which is outlined in red in the picture below, on the right side of the Back button, you can view a history list in the menu, and with one click go where you want.
Using Favorites, you can quickly display pages that you have added
We recommend that you add pages you like to your Favorites. If you add the page to your favorites, you can quickly call the page up the next time you open your browser even if you close the Web browser window.
To add a page to your favorites, display the page you want to add, click the Favorites button, and then click the Add to Favorites button.
When you do this, a dialog box similar to the following is displayed. If necessary, change the location in Favorites where you want to add the page and name of page, and then click the Add button.
You can display items you have added to Favorites by clicking the Favorites button and the Favorites tab.