In this scenario could somebody please explain the pros and cons of VBA…

How_Do_I

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  1. 2010
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One Workbook, 6 sheets, 6 identical ranges C2:N553…
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Sheet 1 is my calculation sheet and C2:N552 is where my data is calculated from…
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So I want C2:N553 from Sheet 2 to be calculated.
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Do I,
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Use =CHOOSE(A1,Sheet2C2:N553,Sheet3C2:N553…etc…) using the correct syntax of course and placing the formula snugly in C2, copying across and down…
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OR, do I use VBA to get the data and if so, why?
 

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