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Hi guys

I read about valuebox. I understand we can use this to "set" a value. I was wondering, would it be possible to make a script so that I can move the whole column base on the value (ie something like select valuebox:valuebox). I need to move columns to the right (but it varies from worksheets and varies in workbooks; else easier to fix). So would need this flexibility.

If I put in B in the valuebox, I would like to concat it to B:B (not type B:B) and insert a brand new column there.

Thanks in advance!

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