Excel’s CHOOSE function allows you to select a value from a list of values based on a given index number. You can use it to create dynamic formulas that return different values based on a certain condition.

Here’s how to use the CHOOSE function:

- In a cell, type the following formula:
`=CHOOSE(index_num, value1, value2, ...)`

- Replace
`index_num`

with the index number of the value you want to select. The index number is the position of the value in the list, starting with 1 for the first value. - Replace
`value1`

,`value2`

, etc. with the values that you want to choose from. You can list as many values as you want.

Here’s an example of the complete formula: `=CHOOSE(2, "apple", "banana", "orange")`

This formula would return the value “banana”, because “banana” is the second value in the list.

You can also use cell references or other formulas as the values in the CHOOSE function. For example:

`=CHOOSE(A1, B1, C1, D1)`

This formula would return the value in the cell specified by the index number in cell A1. If A1 contains the value “3”, the formula would return the value in cell D1.

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