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For Loop Step
A For Loop is used to repeat a block of code a specified number of times. In this example we make use of the Step statement in 2 different ways. The first tell Excel to increment by 2 each loop, while the second tells Excel to count backwards from 10 to 1 and increment each time by -1. We can force an exit from a For loop with the Exit For Statement. E.g. If lNum=5 Then Exit For
Sub For_Loop_With_Step() Dim lCount As Long, lNum As Long For lCount = 1 To 10 Step 2 lNum = lNum + 1 Next lCount MsgBox "The For loop made " & lNum & " loop(s). lNum is equal to " & lNum End Sub Sub For_Loop_With_Step_Backwards() Dim lCount As Long, lNum As Long For lCount = 10 To 1 Step -1 lNum = lNum + 1 Next lCount MsgBox "The For loop made " & lNum & " loop(s). lNum is equal to " & lNum End Sub
For counter = Start To end [Step step]
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