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How to modify my VBA code that can only target 1 row at a time to keep running for each additional row that is not empty?

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I have an Access table that I need to update.  The author of the DB created a sub that I can call with the info that needs to be added.  The code works, but I can only do one record at a time.   I’m trying to figure out how to run the code for row 2, and then if cell A3 is not blank run the code for row 3 and so on until it gets to a row where the cell in column A is blank.
Sub modIncTool()
On Error Resume Next
Dim objAcc As Object
theOriginalQuote = Sheets("Import").Range("A2")
theNewQuote = Sheets("Import").Range("B2")
theSiteGroup = Sheets("Import").Range("F2")
theTechnician = Sheets("Import").Range("G2")
theReason = Sheets("Import").Range("H2")
theDateRequested = Sheets("Import").Range("I2")
Set objAcc = GetObject(, "Access.Application")
Result = objAcc.run("RecreateTool_AddRecord", theOriginalQuote, theNewQuote, theSiteGroup, theTechnician, theReason, theDateRequested)
Set objAcc = Nothing
End Sub

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