short cut to tracing dependent on other worksheet when there are mutliple dependents (some on local sheet)

GGG411

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  1. 365
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  1. Windows
Hi. I'm looking for a shortcut to jumping to dependent cells on other worksheets when there are multiple dependents, with some on the local sheet.
Pressing Ctr + [ will only take me to the first local dependent...I'd like to use my keyboard to toggle and choose the offsheet dependent.
 

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