I am new to this.I have sent out bitcoin over the blockchain before and saw that the hash just took a fee. However the other day it took out over.95 of a bitcoin when wanting to only send 0.04 of a bitcoin to binance. I was told they send you an adress for change, which I didn,t know. I saw my ledger nano scrolling an address. Was this the change coming back? Since I saw such a large amount I wasn't sure that my coin would be going out to someone else or me. I clicked on the x instead of the checkmark. Did I lose my coin? Can I get that address back. can I go to that blockchain transaction and have it sent to my wallet since it says unspent.Please help. Once again did I lose my Bitcoin can I go back and have it sent to me from the original transaction?Can I get it back with the original address rather then the new?
I marked this as a duplicate, but here is some specific info to help calm your nerves. Don't worry, from the sounds of things you did not lose any coins :)
Your ledger nano would not require you to 'accept' the change being returned to you, this would happen automatically in the wallet when you send any transaction. No action required on your part (beyond sending the transaction itself), in fact almost every bitcoin transaction will include a change output that pays back to the owner of the input, this is inherent to the function of bitcoin.
If your transaction says 'unconfirmed' that is normal, and means that it has not yet been included in a block. Depending on the fee paid, it should confirm in due time, and then your reported wallet balance should simply be
(balance before transaction) - (payment sent).