Skipping rows based on a cells data

So I currently have this user form that exports everything on the worksheet to a MS Word document template and it saves each document a different name based on a sequential number.

I originally wanted to have the user be able to type in a set of number that could be skipped, but since I received no help on that I was able to change the data in one of the fields.  

So if say the data in Column H on row 6 says closed then that row will be skipped.

How do I go about making it so it will skip that row based on that criteria.  And that is the real data and column.

John SheehySystem Security ManagerAsked:
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John SheehySystem Security ManagerAuthor Commented:
So I figured it out.

Under the section in my code where it says:

For i = 2 To LastRow

That just tells the code to start at row 2, because row 1 has the header information for the spreadsheet
Basically row 2 all the way to last row with data in it

Under that code I added the following:
If ws.Range("H" & i).Value = "Closed" then goto skip

This tells the code that on this worksheet (ws) at the range of H on the active row if the value in the cell equals "Closed" to skip everything else and go on to the Next row.  


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John SheehySystem Security ManagerAuthor Commented:
Took me longer than expected to get an answer.  But I did an outstanding job figuring it out.  Adapt and overcome.
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