I can't help but note that you have asked (twice actually) how to control your own iterations so that you can run them in specific disordered chunks.
If you follow the advice you were given in those two threads, then you will be using your own variable to handle the iterations:
<font class="small">Code:</font><hr /><pre>intRowCount = DataTable.GetSheet("sheetname").GetRowCount
For intIterationCounter = 1 to intRowCount
If DataTable.("RunThisRow", dtLocalSheet) <> "" Then
'put your entire script here
Next </pre><hr />
Now if you do it like this, then any time you want your iteration value, you already have it stored in the variable you used in your For..Next loop (in my example code, it is the intIterationCounter variable).