vba condition is returning error

I have a formula in List1 that should return one formula if value is >150 and another if <=150
However, the >150 formula results in an error. If I try typing the formula in, I get the correct result.

Can anyone help? I am completely stumped and need to finish this very quickly.
I have attached project.

=(ROUND(IF(INDIRECT("M"&ROW())>150,(VLOOKUP(INDIRECT("M"&ROW()),INDIRECT("S"&ROW()),INDIRECT("L"&ROW()),TRUE)/150)*ROUNDUP(INDIRECT("M"&ROW()),0),IF(INDIRECT("M"&ROW())<=150,VLOOKUP(INDIRECT("M"&ROW()),INDIRECT(INDIRECT("S"&ROW())),INDIRECT("L"&ROW()),FALSE),"REMOVE")),2))*INDIRECT("H"&ROW())

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What-if-scenario-v6.4.xlsm
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Ryan ChongCommented:
it returns error because in your lookup table: GR_2015, there is no Weight (in Lbs ) > 150.

Pls tell us the condition how you wish to handle that.
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Ryan ChongCommented:
if Current Dim > 150, will you lookup to the table according to the value in Column S?
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Euro5Author Commented:
it returns error because in your lookup table: GR_2015, there is no Weight (in Lbs ) > 150.

Pls tell us the condition how you wish to handle that.

In this case it does the vlookup using TRUE, which finds the 150 weight and divides the amount/150.

Yes, it uses S as a named table range lookup.
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Ryan ChongCommented:
for column AG, try formula:
=(ROUND(IF(INDIRECT("M"&ROW())>150,(VLOOKUP(INDIRECT("M"&ROW()),INDIRECT(INDIRECT("S"&ROW())),INDIRECT("L"&ROW()),TRUE)/150)*ROUNDUP(INDIRECT("M"&ROW()),0),IF(INDIRECT("M"&ROW())<=150,VLOOKUP(INDIRECT("M"&ROW()),INDIRECT(INDIRECT("S"&ROW())),INDIRECT("L"&ROW()),FALSE),"REMOVE")),2))*INDIRECT("H"&ROW())

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for column AH, try formula:
=(ROUND(IF(INDIRECT("N"&ROW())>150,(VLOOKUP(INDIRECT("N"&ROW()),INDIRECT(INDIRECT("T"&ROW())),INDIRECT("L"&ROW()),TRUE)/150)*ROUNDUP(INDIRECT("N"&ROW()),0),IF(INDIRECT("N"&ROW())<=150,VLOOKUP(INDIRECT("N"&ROW()),INDIRECT(INDIRECT("T"&ROW())),INDIRECT("L"&ROW()),FALSE),"REMOVE")),2))*INDIRECT("H"&ROW())

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pls verify the results accordingly.
What-if-scenario-v6.4_b.xlsm
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