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I need help with a simple excel vba loop

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Hello All,

Why doesn't this stop in cell A15?
Any help appreciated!

Thanks.
Sub StopatFifteen()
Dim aktKolli As Long
Dim kolliAntal As Long

kolliAntal = 15
aktKolli = 0

Do While aktKolli < kolliAntal
    
    For Each cell In ActiveSheet.Range("A1:A50")
        aktKolli = aktKolli + 1
        cell.Value = aktKolli
    Next cell
Loop
    
End Sub

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by:rspahitz
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Why doesn't it stop?
Because your loop condition is outside your For loop, so the for loop does all 50 cells before checking for the next value.
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Maybe what you want is something more like this?

    For Each cell In ActiveSheet.Range("A1:A50")
        aktKolli = aktKolli + 1
      If aktKolli <= kolliAntal Then
           cell.Value = aktKolli
      Else
         Exit For
      End If
    Next cell

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by:Ot_Gu
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That is what I wanted. Thanks you very much.
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