My form has a table that the user can add/remove rows as desired.
I am looking for a way to allow the user to copy the table mentioned above into a second, third, etc. instance. I want the subsequent instances to have the same number of rows and have the same text as entered in the first instance.
This would put the value in the textfield in the original instance into the same field in the third instance. You could shorten the code by counting instances and using a variable or you could just write a very long code accounting for a maximum number of subform instances.
I would like the user to dynamically be able to repeat the table as many times as needed so I don't think your code in the link will work for me. Referencing your example, I would need multiple instances of Table1 - I won't have a Table2.
Your code will need to know how many instances the original table has so you know how many instances in the other tables to make. You will then need to make the rawValue of the target table cell the same as the original table cell. To do this you need to send the rawValue to the correct row (instance).
See this link for some information about referencing row instances directly.