VBA Code to Insert Rows and Columns in Excel

Insert Rows and Columns in Excel VBA

In this article, we will explain how to insert rows or columns in excel sheet using VBA macro code. Insert method is used to insert rows or columns.

Insert Single Row

At given Position – Suppose you have to insert a new row at row index 8, you can use any of the following VBA commands to do that.

Rows(8).Insert

or

Range("A8").EntireRow.Insert

or

Range("8:8").Insert

At Active Cell Position – If you want to insert a new row above the active cell, use the below given VBA code line. It will insert a new row above the active cell.

ActiveCell.EntireRow.Insert

Insert Single Column

At given Position –Suppose you have to insert a new column at D position, you can use any of the following excel macro code to do that.

Columns(4).Insert

or

Range("C4").EntireColumn.Insert

or

Range("D:D").Insert

At Active Cell Position – If you want to insert a new column left to the active cell, use the below given command. It will insert a new column left to the active cell.

ActiveCell.EntireColumn.Insert

Insert Multiple Rows

Suppose you have to insert 3 rows at 8, 9 & 10 position, use any of the below given commands.

Range("8:10").Insert

or

Rows("8:10").Insert

or

Range("A8:A10").EntireRow.Insert

Insert Multiple Columns

Suppose you have to insert 3 columns at C, D & E position, use any of the below given commands.

Columns("C:E").Insert

or

Range("C1:E1").EntireColumn.Insert

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