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The Back button is extremely useful, allowing you to 'back out of' any webpage. However, some websites manage to 'freeze' the Back button, locking you in.

If this happens, try clicking the Back button several times very quickly. Sometimes you can overcome the 'freezing effect' this way. If you go back too far, remember the Forward button.

arrow after Back and Forward buttons If this doesn't work, click on the tiny black downwards arrow, after the Back and Forward buttons. This lists the webpages you used recently. Click on the one you want.

You might have a new window without realising. If so, close it down.

Finally, remember the Home button should always work! Or close down Internet Explorer altogether, and go back into it again.
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