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increment user names by 1

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I would like to write a for next statement that would increment form user to user60 and send a default password to a desktop server. So for instance during login to say a NT server User will log in then User1, User2 and so on.
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For I%=1 to 60
     Username$="User"+Format$(I%)  'Will generate "User1" to "User60"
     <the rest of the process>
Next I%

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use the code that he put before and then use appactivate and sendkeys to send the pw to the login window.  
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