There are two meanings
for moving Forward/Backward.
One meaning is for when attempting
to move forward/backward within a single browser. In this case you either use
Forward/Backward buttons on the Control Panel of the Browser or you use context
menu's (that you get by clicking right mouse button on the browser) Back/Forward
Another meaning of Forward/Backward
is within multiple browsing context. This Forward/
Backward navigation can be done using two arrow keys
on the Main Control Panel. For
example, if you accessed five pages once and then seven pages again and then 3
pages at last. The tool tip on Backward button on the Main Control Panel will
show "2 more to go" when mouse pointer is on this button. When pressed
once it will show you the last seven pages in the format that is set for them.
The tool tip on Backward button on the Main Control Panel will show "1
more to go" when mouse pointer is on this button now. When Backward button
pressed again, it will show you the five pages that you accessed earlier. Now
you will see "2 more to go" as a tool tip if your mouse pointer is on Forward
button in the Main Conrol Panel.
Caution: Multiple Browsing navigational movements should be
avoided if you have a slow connection.