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Select from one table and insert into another table

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I am writing a stored proc in SQL Server.
It selects value from one table and inserts those values in another table.

IF <some condition>
BEGIN
    DELETE from table1;
    SELECT column1 FROM table2;
    Insert into table3;
END

table3 has 2 columns, first one is an autogenerated number and second one needs to be fetched from table2 and inserted in table3.

Please tell me how to do this.

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IF <some condition>
BEGIN
    DELETE from table1
    INSERT INTO Table3(Column2) SELECT column1 FROM table2
END
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