Update cell based of powerquery result

chircop

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I have a button to update a powerquery on Sheet 2 from another workbook. the number of rows of data will vary.
Now i want to include VB script on the button to update data on Sheet1 based off the data imported.

What I am trying to accomplish.
if Sheet2 column A has an entry that MATCHES Sheet1 column I (a calculated value if that matters)

use the corresponding data in sheet 2 column B to change the data in Sheet1 Column F

if Sheet2 column B = 5 change Sheet1 Column F to "Y"
if Sheet2 column B = 30 change Sheet1 Column F to "NONE"
if Sheet2 column B = (any other number) change Sheet1 Column F to "N"
Incidentally, i don't want any of the data changing if the Sheet2 column B does not match Sheet 1 Column F


Sample Data Sheet 1

Column FColumn I (calculated resulting value)
NTest Data 1
YTest Data 2
NTest Data 3
NONETest Data 4
NTest Data 5
NTest Data 6
YTest Data 7
YTest Data 8
NTest Data 9

<colgroup><col><col></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>

<colgroup><col><col></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>

Sheet 2 Sample Data
Column AColumn B
Test Data 15
Test Data 330
Test Data 45
Test Data 630
Test Data 710
Test Data 95

<colgroup><col><col></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>

Sheet 1 desired result

Column FColumn I (calculated resulting value)
YTest Data 1
YTest Data 2
NONETest Data 3
YTest Data 4
NTest Data 5
NONETest Data 6
NTest Data 7
YTest Data 8
YTest Data 9

<colgroup><col><col></colgroup><tbody>
</tbody>

I know the logic just cannot figure out the best way to code it. Any assistance is appreciated.
 

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