troubleshooting Question

Need to copy some cells in a document table

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I have a template document that I use to create letters with. In the text there is a table that needs to be extended, to allow more values. For this, I use
      Call table.getRows().insertByIndex(x, n)
which works.

Now I would like the newly created cells to have the format of the first row of the table. What I thought would be the easiest is to copy the first row to the range of cells, and then to erase the value of all new cells. This works in theory if I do it manually, but I need to do it using LotusScript. Apparently, there is no CopyRange is a document... By the way, I'm using Lotus Symphony but there is little difference.

Can anyone help me, how can I programmatically copy a range of cells to another in the Document Writer?
Sjef Bosman
Groupware Consultant

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