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Here are some examples of

The Step value is added to the end of the For line. Exiting the Loop Early Typically the loop will iterate through all items in the collection, then continue on to the next line of code below the Next line. The difference is the format of the For line. This is the first line of code in the loop. And any other object you interact with in Excel.

This is especially true when you have multiple loops or nested loops in your macros. However, I like to include the variable after Next for two reasons. We can add lines between the For and Next lines that will run for each iteration of the loop. Starts with the first object that was create in the sheet and loops in the order the objects were created.

It takes up more memory but

Some of the items were, some were not. In this case we want to loop through all the worksheets in the ActiveWorkbook. The Step keyword is optional.

We will use the example of writing a For Each Next Loop to loop through all the worksheets in a workbook. Next i When the macro runs it will set the variable equal to the first number in the For line. The Dim line at the top of the macro declares a variable as an object. This is probably the most common loop we use in Excel because we are working with collections of objects. It is shown in read, and the Macro does not seem to run.

This would be the same as if we were to set the ws variable to a specific sheet using the following line of code. It takes up more memory, but today's computer have so much memory that it's no longer a problem. Loops left-to-right, then down. Open workbooks on the computer.

Add line s of codeThis is called

This is called the Step Value, and we can control the value of each step in the counter. The loop takes care of setting the variable for us for each iteration in the loop. Here are some examples of the order the loop runs in for common objects. Add line s of code to repeat for each item in the collection.

This would beThe loop takes care