Excel VBA - For Each in Selection - identify last cell in Selection

Hi,

I have some simple code to loop through each cell in a selection to modify it but I would like to modify the last cell in the selection differently.

Is there a simple method to identify when the For Each loop has reached the last cell in the Selected range?

Here's a simple example. For this example, I'm adding a comma to each cell so I can drop the selected cells into an SQL In statement. I don't want the last cell to have a comma added.

Sub AddComma()
Dim cell As Range
For Each cell In Selection
    cell.Value = cell.Value & ","
    Next cell
End Sub
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ItryToXLCommented:
Sub AddComma()
For Each cell In Selection
    cell.Value = cell.Value & ","
    LastCell = cell.Address
Next cell
Range(LastCell).Clear
End Sub
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KimputerCommented:
As I think the above code is not correct according to the OP description, let me adjust it:
Sub AddComma()
For Each cell In Selection
    lastcellvalue = cell.Value
    cell.Value = cell.Value & ","
    LastCell = cell.Address
Next cell
Range(LastCell).value = lastcellvalue
End Sub

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AKSkiBumAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the code! Works great.
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