What I need to do is move a column of text over to another part of the file; however, each line needs to be a specific amount of spaces at the end and I cannot copy the lone column over because it wraps to the next line.
Is there anyway to do this? A very primal way to put it would be this:
A B C D E 1 2 3 4 1 2 4 5 1 2 4 5 1 2 4 5 1 2 4 5
So I have to move the "5"'s over under the C. Each line had to be 150 characters each for it to work properly. I've tried moving it to Excel to move the column over; however, once we export it to a text file, all of the configurations get messed up and we cannot use it.
Edit Clarification from comment to an answer.
They aren't actually in formatted columns, they are in "columns" separated by spaces, so to find one column and move it is impossible. It's also not numbers, I just put those there as a mock up of the format. It's actually addresses that I need to move over. But since it's one large block of text that's spaced out to look like columns, this process is very difficult.
... so the file actually looks something like:
A B C D E 1 28 314 404 17 27 4 52 12345 256 42 5 128 2 4095 512 1 221 456789 5773