If you watched Excel Video 429, Excel Video 430 will make a lot of sense as an extension of Do loops. The Do Until Loop has the condition at the top of the loop so the loop may never run, as in our first example. If you put the condition at the bottom of the loop, as in a Do Loop Until, your code will run at least once.
In the next Excel Video, I’ll give you a more practical way to use loops in a more involved example. I look forward to seeing you then.