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In the below I want to go to the next worksheet if the condition is not met..The only way I could figure this out was by doing GOTO..What is a suggestion

For each ws in this workbook
  If ws.Range ("A2") Like "2013" Then
    GOTO Next
  else
  code line
  code line
  code line
 code line
NEXT:
Next ws
 code line
 code line
 code line
 code line

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How about:

For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets

  If Not ws.range("A2") Like 2013 Then
    ' Code Line
    ' Code Line
    ' Code Line
    ' Code Line
  End If
  
Next ws
'
' Code Line
' Code Line
' Code Line
' Code Line

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by:upobDaPlaya
ID: 39930868
If it does not meet the criteria I do not want it to execute the code after the Next WS line...if the condition is not met I need it to go to then next worksheet
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by:nutsch
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That's why it says: if <b>not</b> ... Like
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by:nutsch
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So the code I've put does this

For each worksheet in workbook
If not condition then
Do stuff
End if
Next worksheet

Do more stuff at the end
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by:upobDaPlaya
ID: 39930878
Got it...did not see the NOT :)   thx
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