Chapter 12. Using Loops to Repeat Actions
As in life, so in VBA: At times, you may want to repeat an action to achieve a certain effect. Sometimes, you'll want to repeat an action a predetermined number of times: break six eggs to make an omelet, or create six new documents based on a certain template.
More often, you'll want to repeat an action until a certain condition is met: buy two lottery tickets a week until you hit it big, or repeat an action for every instance of a value that appears in an Excel spreadsheet. In these cases, you won't know when you'll triumph against the wretched odds of the lottery, and you won't know how many instances of the value will appear in the spreadsheet—you'll just carry on until the condition is met.
In VBA, ...