Chapter 12Using Loops to Repeat Actions

As in life, so in macros. Sometimes, you'll want to repeat an action a predetermined number of times: break six eggs to make an omelet, write two letters, nap for 20 minutes.

Sometimes you know exactly how many times to repeat something. More often, though, you'll just repeat an action until a certain condition is met: break eggs until the pan is full, or nap until you wake up. In these situations, you don't know in advance when you'll fill the frypan or wake up. Your code must simply carry on until the condition is met. These, then, are the two types of loops: keep doing something until 1) you've done it a particular number of times or 2) you've finished the job.

In VBA, you use loops to repeat actions. ...

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