Add column vba to your Google search, and you’ll see this: vba adds columns to Excel and PowerPoint.
The name was inspired by the software that creates and updates Excel spreadsheets.
The vba extension adds columns in Excel, too, but it doesn’t appear to add them as easily.
The Microsoft Word extension adds a column called “Add Column” to its own browser extension, and a Google Chrome extension adds it to Google’s extension for Chrome.
Both add-ons use the same syntax, but neither supports columns.
Adding columns to Google, however, is a pretty straightforward process.
Go to the Google Developer Tools, click the extension you want to add columns to, and click Add.
Then click Add Column.
“Add Columns” adds columns.
This is what Google does to add a column to a spreadsheet.
Google does add a little more information to the add-on, like how many columns are supported, but those are just the tip of the iceberg.
Microsoft says that the extension is still “under development.”