Hi Melissa - In general we do go through a lot of trouble to try to replicate the representation of the table visualization in Excel, but the behavior in this particular case is known to us as a limitation when some of the hierarchies are displayed as regular “flat” columns and others are row headers, whereas they are probably more commonly all row headers or all flat columns (also called a “flat table”). We have logged ticket #92912 to formally track this difference in Excel compared to the table visualization in this case to look at addressing it and you can contact support with this number if you want to be added to the ticket to help us prioritize it. For now, an arbitrary column order that can mix hierarchies (orange) and measures (green) together is currently supported only when all of those columns are “flat” columns (listed under Column in the Data Analysis Panel’s Visualization tab rather than under Row Header, or you can right-click the columns in the table directly when editing to switch them using the Re-Visualize > Display As Flat Column option).
In your case, it might also be possible to change Per Acct Fee to be a measure if its values are numeric? Measure columns can always be placed in any order in the table and are exported to Excel that way by default.