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when i am on the internet? Where is it?
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What browser are you using, Safari? It should be in the upper left hand corner of the browser it looks like an arrow one pointing left (back) and one pointing right (forward).
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you can use delete on the keyboard.

what browser are you using? there should just be two arrows like this:

< > next to a circled arrow and + in the safari browser.

the < is your back.

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he means on the browser menu

do this;

if you are on safari
pick view
pick customise address bar
then drag and drop your choices:black:
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I am on Safari. For some reason it is not on there. I see the refesh though... I just figured out I can use my mouse to go back.
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brendan's got it, do what he says if you can't see it.

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I am on Safari. For some reason it is not on there. I see the refesh though... I just figured out I can use my mouse to go back.

Follow what brendan67 says and you should be good. Let me know if you're still having trouble.
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