troubleshooting Question

add a column label to a list object using VBA

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Andreas HermleFlag for Germany asked on
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Dear Experts:

I got a list object on the active worksheet named 'MyTable'.

I would like to enter the term 'PageBreak' as Column Label to the right of this list object (MyTable') using VBA


ItemNo    Description      Country     Address

ItemNo    Description     Country     Address    PageBreak (Column Label 'PageBreak' to be added via VBA)

In other circumstances the list object 'MyTable' may have 10 columns not just 4 columns before the macro is run.

Help is much appreciated. Thank you very much in advance.

Regards, Andreas
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