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Set Next Statement Command (Debug Menu)

This page is specific to the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Language Reference for Office 2010.

Sets the execution point to the line of code you choose. You can set a different line of code to execute after the currently selected statement by selecting the line of code you want to execute and choosing the Set Next Statement command or by dragging the Current Execution Line margin indicator to the line of code you want to execute.

Using Set Next Statement, you can choose a line of code located before or after the currently selected statement. When you run the code, any intervening code isn't executed. Use this command when you want to rerun a statement within the current procedure or to skip over statements you don't want to execute. You can't use Set Next Statement for statements in different procedures.

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