Hello, can anybody please help me I am new to script righting and was
trying to figure out how to sort my table.

I have a table that is at least 800 rows and about 5 columns wide.
short example of a row would be

ROW column B column C column D column E
1 j1-2 u13-2 j12-4 e3-6
2 e6-34 u12-2

So I found this script (at bottom) that somebody did for somebody else
that sorts each row individually alphabetically and it doesn't touch
column A which is what I need but every time I have to edit the script
with how deep and how wide it is, is there a way so that after you run
the script it will prompt you how deep and wide you want it. But also I
still need it to seperate each column so no one has more than one
starting letter. example after it is sorted it would look like this:

ROW column B column C column D column E
1 j1-2 j12-4 e3-6 u13-2
2 e6-34 u12-2

Some have 3 "j's" some have 3 "u's" its somewhat random. is there any
way to do this. Right now with the script I found after it alphabatize
them. I would then have to sort the columns alphabetically then
manually go down the list and shift over the remaining columns to the
first column with that letter. then resort and continue this tell there
is no column with more then one starting letter (except the first). I
would just do it manually except I have to do this a couple times and
each one can get around 800-900 rows deep. Thanks in advance for the

Sub SortRows()

Dim r As Long
Dim lrow As Long

Application.ScreenUpdating = False
Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual
lrow = ActiveSheet.Cells(Rows.Count, "B").End(xlUp).Row

'Make the r = 3 whatever the first row of data you want to sort on is.
'The Cells(r, 2) means your data starts in Col 2 or Col B - adjust as
'The resize(1, 4) expands the range to 1 cell deep by 4 cells wide

For r = 3 To lrow
With Cells(r, 2).Resize(1, 4)
.Sort Key1:=Cells(r, 1), Order1:=xlAscending, Header:=xlGuess,
Orientation:=xlLeftToRight, DataOption1:=xlSortNormal
End With
Next r

Application.ScreenUpdating = True
Application.Calculation = xlCalculationAutomatic

End Sub