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Expand macro to create empty columns

Posted on 2011-03-12
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The macro should create two (2) new new empty columns in the output tab (between C&D) named LegType, and Leg#, respectively.  Assistance is greatly appreciated.
trade-macro-v2.1e.xlsm
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Copy-of-trade-macro-v2.1e.xlsm

Modified as per request
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This should do it.

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Lol Makrini bet me to it.
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:)  How many million times has the same happened to me!
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column headers are on the wrong row
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Copy-of-trade-macro-v2.1e-1.xlsm

Sorry about that - should be correct row now
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should anyone be able to chat about this my username in g- ml is tedpenner
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