VBA: insert blank columns by calling a sub.

Hello experts,

I have the following procedure:

Sub sbInsertingColumns()
End Sub

I would like to:

1define the range as parameter

So I can call the sub with the Range that I want something like this:

Sub sbInsertingColumns(dRange as Range)
End Sub

then call it:


and have a version that allows me to insert multiple columns based on the number of columns reported:

Sub sbInsertingColumns()
Range("B1").EntireColumn.Insert 'define a parameter to insert the number of column that I want

End sub

Thank you again for your help.
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Call it with for example to have a real range


LD16Author Commented:
Tested it and it works and concerning the parameter number to define how many blank columns I want to insert?

Thank you again for your help.
then use
Sub macro()
sbInsertingColumns ActiveSheet.Range("E1"), 3
End Sub

Sub sbInsertingColumns(dRange As Range, iNrOfColumns As Integer)
 dRange.Resize(1, iNrOfColumns).EntireColumn.Insert
End Sub

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LD16Author Commented:
Tested and It works, thank you again for your help.
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