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You can use the below vba code, posted here, to sort data on an Excel worksheet by rows instead of columns.
As currently written, this macro will sort from row 2 to the end. To clear, in this example, what happens is it sorts the entries in each row from 2 to 4, so the data in B2 through D2 is in alpha order from left to right; then from B3 through D3 from left to right; and so on.
We begin with:
. . . and get:
Dim i As Long Dim lr As Long
lr = Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row For i = 2 To lr Range("B" & i, "D" & i).Sort Key1:=Range("B" & i), _ Order1:=xlAscending, _ Header:=xlNo, _ OrderCustom:=1, _ MatchCase:=False, _ Orientation:=xlLeftToRight, _ DataOption1:=xlSortNormal Next i