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Re: Repeat a Subform that has dynamic rows
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Thank you! This helps - I am getting closer.I can now add a second instance of Table1 with the same number of rows as the first instance. Now I need help creating my loop functions... I am not experienced in Javascript so examples are helpful.I think I will need two loop functions or nested loop functions: Copy text fields from the first table instance to x table instance for y number of rows

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Thanks for the response.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.

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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.Looking for a solution to this in JavaScript.

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