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Default increase caching size in Classic ASP page

I have a range of textboxes at the foot of an Classic ASP page.

Code:
<input type="text" name="piccoXML" value="<%=crmxml.xml%>" />
'crmxml.xml' is an XML document, with the following text inside it:

<VolaroFareReply><VolaroOption>...........and so on....

My problem is the XML file is quite large, and when i click <- BACK in the browser it doesnt cache the page.
I cant go back basically.

Is there a way to get around this?

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