--- Comment #6 from Dean <> ---
I had not imagined more than one jump back, since the reason for the initial
jump was to refer to a value in a previously named cell.

It has occurred to me that a reserved name ("RETURN", perhaps) added to the
name list when a jump to another named cell was performed might meet the need. 
It could be instantiated and added to the list when a jump occurred, and once
"clicked" to return to the initial cell, it could be removed from the list.

I've no idea how complicated this might be to code, but the one click idea
suggested above made the suggestion "come to me", so to speak.

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