In Excel, if you have followed a hyperlink and want to go back to the original location, you can use the “Back” button in the Excel toolbar. Here’s how you can do it:

  1. After following a hyperlink, you’ll see a “Back” button in the upper-left corner of the Excel window. It’s typically located on the left side of the formula bar.
  2. Click the “Back” button to return to the cell or location from which you followed the hyperlink.

The “Back” button is a convenient way to navigate back to the previous location after clicking on a hyperlink. If the “Back” button is not visible, you can right-click on the sheet navigation arrows (the little arrows to the left of the sheet tabs) to reveal a list of recently visited locations, including hyperlinks.

Please note that if you’ve followed multiple hyperlinks, the “Back” button will take you back through the history of visited locations.

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