Changing Table using VBA

Crazy Dazz

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I'd like to learn more about automatically making changes to tables using VBA.

So, a specific issue I am currently dealing with:
I have multiple Tables that are manually populated with data by users as required. The tables have Suppliers as Column Headings, and a Description of Goods or services etc in the first column. (And the users populate the tables with prices.)

Suppliers are controlled elsewhere by a master list, but the data is available in these workbooks (via queries) and will auto-update.
Currently, when we add a supplier, I have to go into each workbook and each table, and manually add a column.

I tried to have the tables update using a Power Query, and it worked as far as adding the new supplier to a column header. But unfortunately the manually entered prices were then displaced into the wrong columns.
 

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