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EXCEL VBA MACROS EXERCISES▼
Excel VBA Macros | Loops and conditions exercise | Loop over coasters, showing wooden ones
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The above workbook contains a list of rollercoasters - column C gives their type:
Not many wooden ones here ...
Write a macro which:
- Selects cell A2 as a starting point
- Loops down until it reaches a blank cell, checking the type of each and adding wooden ones to a list
Your final message to be displayed should look like this:
Use VbCrLf to create a carriage return in your message to be displayed.
Somewhere within your macro you will need a command like this: MessageSoFar = MessageSoFar & vbCrLf & ActiveCell.Value .
Save this file as Show wooden coasters and close it down.