Remove column, auto-width, rename, freeze header rows

Posted on 2011-03-13
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I know this is alot for one question but a single answer to any or all of them will result in a new question.  It will not drag on.  

The macro needs to be adjusted so that the following take place automatically.  Column A needs to be removed with the title "Account Trade History" at the top to remain in-tact.  The width should automatically adjust to contents.  The Exp header title should be renamed to Instrament, and the top two header rows should be frozen.  

Assistance is greatly appreciated.
Question by:rtod2
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Should be right

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Almost.  Should be Instrument instead of Instrament.  I had misspelled it.  Also the first empty column should be removed entirely.  There should only be one module where we now have two.
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Makrini earned 500 total points
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How about now?

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Follow-up question on the way...

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