# Display 'Go To' dialog box

Windows shortcut

CtrlG

Mac shortcut

⌃G

The 'Go To' window allows you to go to a named range or an address that you supply. It also has 'Special' button that will allow you to select cells based on several criteria - blank cells, cells that contain constants, cells with formulas, etc. Special is where the real power is. Note that you can also use F5 on Windows and fn F5 on a Mac to display the Go To window.

## Related videos

The videos below demonstrate this shortcut.

In this video, we'll look at how to quickly find formulas and trace how they are related to one another, using the concept of precedents and dependents.

In this video, we'll look at a way to fill in missing data using a formula created with the IF and ISBLANK functions.

In this lesson, we demonstrate a shortcut recipe you can use to fill in missing data from other cells.

In this video, we show you three ways to find formulas in a worksheet, including a tricky way to use conditional formatting and a named formula to highlight formulas.

In this brief video, we look at how to debug a formula using the F9 key. If you work with formulas a lot, this is one of the most useful skills you can learn.