VBA formula to compare and select largest value

On the "Reduced_Data" sheet, I need to take an additional step that I can't work into the formula.
For ONLY column A "F1", "F2", or "F3" -

Formulas in columns U, V, W X
Net Rates 1 OLD DIM      
=IF(VLOOKUP($S2,INDIRECT($A2&"_1"),$C2,TRUE)*$S2>VLOOKUP($S2,INDIRECT($A2&"_MIN_1"),$C2,TRUE),VLOOKUP($S2,INDIRECT($A2&"_1"),$C2,TRUE)*$S2,VLOOKUP($S2,INDIRECT($A2&"_MIN_1"),$C2,TRUE))

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Net Rates 2 OLD DIM      
=IF(VLOOKUP($S2,INDIRECT($A2&"_2"),$C2,TRUE)*$S2>VLOOKUP($S2,INDIRECT($A2&"_MIN_2"),$C2,TRUE),VLOOKUP($S2,INDIRECT($A2&"_2"),$C2,TRUE)*$S2,VLOOKUP($S2,INDIRECT($A2&"_MIN_2"),$C2,TRUE))

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Net Rates 1 NEW DIM      
=IF(VLOOKUP($T2,INDIRECT($A2&"_1"),$C2,TRUE)*$T2>VLOOKUP($T2,INDIRECT($A2&"_MIN_1"),$C2,TRUE),VLOOKUP($T2,INDIRECT($A2&"_1"),$C2,TRUE)*$T2,VLOOKUP($T2,INDIRECT($A2&"_MIN_1"),$C2,TRUE))

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Net Rates 2 NEW DIM
=IF(VLOOKUP($T2,INDIRECT($A2&"_2"),$C2,TRUE)*$T2>VLOOKUP($T2,INDIRECT($A2&"_MIN_2"),$C2,TRUE),VLOOKUP($T2,INDIRECT($A2&"_2"),$C2,TRUE)*$T2,VLOOKUP($T2,INDIRECT($A2&"_MIN_2"),$C2,TRUE))

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* Enter formulas (only in rows where column A = OR{"F1", "F2", "F3"})
* Copy down all rows each column
* Save as value
formula.xlsx
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ProfessorJimJamMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
please see attached.

i have added the requirement into the columns U, V, W X.

currently, you have REF error and that is not something caused with my formula, it is becuase you used indirect method for a reference lookup table which does not exist. i assume you know that.
formula.xlsx
Euro5Author Commented:
@ProfessorJimJam - is this a VBA or just formulas pasted in the excel file?
ProfessorJimJamMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
Formula

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