Excel automation

Hello again friends, well i got a challenging thing here, i am trying to automate excel and export values from my text boxes in my visual basic application right into excel cells and i managed to make the header and open the excel document, i can make the values go into the cells i choose (first row) but i can only enter one row, and if i do it again it will replace the row entered, meaning no loop to enter a row each time i add info....i cant make a loop!
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ahashashAsked:
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Chris BottomleySoftware Quality Lead EngineerCommented:
.cells takes column then row so try:

.worksheets("sheet1").cells(clNumber,rwNumber)

Chris
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Rory ArchibaldCommented:
Other way round - it's row then column:
.worksheets("sheet1").cells(rwNumber,clNumber)
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Chris BottomleySoftware Quality Lead EngineerCommented:
Yeah I knew that but the seat to keyboard interface is playing up!

ahashash, by way of clarifying what I was trying to say in your post you weren't using the row number loop control variable therefore the only variation was through the column identifier.

Chris
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