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VBA-How to convert index, match formula from a cell to vba?

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I have a user form dropdown list that is created by using the below formula in cells AQ3:AQ10.  It works, but on slower computers the list is populated before for cell is populated with the result. Causing the dropdown list to show only zeros.  I'm hoping to alleviate the issue by populating the cell via vba.

=IFERROR(INDEX($AK$3:$AK$201,MATCH(ROW()-ROW($AQ$2),$AI$3:$AI$200,0)),"")
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