Visual Studio has more toolbars and commands than any one person will likely need to use. That is why we ship a variety of development settings: so that you can select the developer profile most like you, and then we can tailor the environment to your needs. In the Visual Basic Development Settings, we surface the commands and tools that you are most likely to use as a VB developer building world-class applications. It is quite common though, that you will want to customize your environment after making your original development settings selection. We try to make this easy to do, by exposing ways to edit your keybindings, modify your toolbars and menus, change settings in Tools->Options, etc. I've written about some of these techniques in previous blog posts...
VS Developers have been using these techniques to customize their environments, but have come across problems with one command: Navigate Backward. This command has been removed from the VB Development Settings, and unfortunately cannot be added back by the usual means. Unfortunately, if you try to drag this command back onto your toolbar using Tools->Customize, it does not add back the dropdown menu. Thus you can only use the added button to navigate back one step at a time. The General Development Settings on the other hand, which contain this command by default, allow you to instead navigate back multiple steps at a time.
Rather than telling you to use the General Development Settings to get this command, and forcing you to miss out on all the other great customizations that we do in the VB Development Settings, I'd like to offer you a new collection of settings!! I've created a new .vssettings file, which contains all the same customizations as the VB Development Settings, but without the removal of the Navigate Forward and Navigate Backward commands on the toolbar. So, if you'd like to get those commands back, just import these settings!
Here are the instructions for doing so: