VBA For Loop – Loop Through a Range of Cells

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In VBA, you can loop through a range of cells, applying actions to each cell in the range.

 

If you want to test a condition for each cell in a range using VBA, the best way is to loop through the range, testing each cell. Here are two code examples to demonstrate how to loop through a range. You can replace the range value for whatever range you need to loop through.

Loop Through Range of Cells

This example will loop through a range of cells. The if statement tests the condition if the cell contains the text “FindMe” and shows a message box with the location of the text if found.

Public Sub LoopCells()

Dim c As Range

For Each c In Range("A1:A10")
    If c.Value = "FindMe" Then
      MsgBox "FindMe found at " & c.Address
    End If
Next c

End Sub

Loop Through Entire Column

This example loops through the entire column A range.

Public Sub LoopColumn()

Dim c As Range

For Each c In Range("A:A")
    If c.Value = "FindMe" Then
      MsgBox "FindMe found at " & c.Address
    End If
Next c

End Sub

Loop Through Entire Row

The next example loops through row 1 considering the entire row a range.

Public Sub LoopRow()

Dim c As Range

For Each c In Range("1:1")
    If c.Value = "FindMe" Then
      MsgBox "FindMe found at " & c.Address
    End If
Next c

End Sub

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