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On 2/28/2014 9:37 AM, Tom Davies <> wrote:
I just tried out the various options (Ctrl, Alt, Shift combos) in
Excel 2010 and there really doesn't seem to be a way of dragging a
column into a new position.  It seems you have to cut or copy first.

Glad you were wrong - being able to drag-n-drop is so much easier, and now I can do it in both Libre and Excel... :)

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