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.
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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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