Excel VBA videos | Excel VBA Part 16 - For Next Loops

Posted by Andrew Gould on 07 February 2014

You can use a For Next Loop to tell your program to repeat a set of instructions a number of times. This video teaches you how to construct a For Next statement, how to control how many times your loop will run, as well as which direction it will run in. The video also includes several practical examples of using a For Next Loop to process the items in a collection such as worksheets, workbooks and cells.

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