Can I move colums in a spreadsheet without messing up referenced in a formula ?

I have data I would like to put a new order in the colums.

Probem is I have formulas  =d2 & char(10) zz2 &  .............

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If you just drag and drop your data, the formulas won't change.
Yes, you could use insert, delete and cut the columns.
The insert, delete and cut columns should not messing up reference in a formula.

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TIMFOX123Author Commented:
Could you please explain me why you only accepted royhsiao answer that was posted secondly and basically says the same as mine?
" to put a new order in the colums..."

With all due respect teylyn, the author said he wants to move data...not insert or delete rows or columns. That's why I said he could drag and drop cells into a new position.
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