Using a command button to paste a blank table

bscott112

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I have been struggling with a good way to do this for a while. I have created and formatted a table to input tire data for a car after an outing on track. I want to input data into my table for outing 1. Then when i click on the "New Outing" Button I want an identical blank table for outing 2 to be pasted below it. Any suggestions?
 

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bscott112

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Here is a pic of the table in question:

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