Copying rows in between ranges with VBA

jo_hivera

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Good Afternoon,

I've been working on a file that has been automated in the past with simple formulas or just by linking cells to other sheets.
In this case, I'm having trouble programming a macro, by using a button, to copy a specific table in between ranges.
The ideia is to click the button that will insert the table under the others of the same kind, but above another 2 tables that must be in that order.
The point being that it copy the table below the one created before.

I also need help automatically naming sheets when created. I need to click a button, which will copy an example sheet, but it needs to follow a specific pattern, name-wise.
I've tried the regular programming on vba, but i've been tweaking it, with no success so far.

I'm attaching the example document.

Thank you for your help.
 

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jo_hivera

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Office Version
  1. 2019
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  1. Windows
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