VBA Macro to copy table cell content from one table to another table in a Word document

In a Word document I have two tables. Each with three rows and two columns. I need a Macro that would copy of the content of Cell 2 in Row 2 of Table 1 to Cell 2 in Row 2 of Table 2 such that the content from Table 1 is copied to whatever is already in Cell 2 of the Row 2 of Table 2.
I have tried some code (as provided in the code window) but this code replaces whatever is already in Cell 2 or Row 2 of Table 2. I would like my macro to copy from Table 1 to table 2 without replacing the previous content of the Cell 2 of Row 2 of Table 2. The image provided with this question should illustrate what I would like my Macro to do.
Thank you for your help.

Sub CopyTableCell()
' CopyTableCell Macro
' This code replaces the content of the target cell in Table 2. 

Dim paraOne As Range
Dim paraTwo As Range

Set paraOne = ActiveDocument.Tables(1).Rows(2).Cells(2).Range
Set paraTwo = ActiveDocument.Tables(2).Rows(2).Cells(2).Range


paraTwo.Collapse wdCollapseEnd 'get to end of cell
paraTwo.Move wdCharacter, -1 'back up over cell separator
End Sub

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Copy table rows
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Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
You may try something like this...
Sub CopyTable1ToTable2()
Dim doc As Document
Dim srcRng As Range, dstRng As Range
Dim tbl1 As Table
Dim tbl2 As Table

Set doc = ActiveDocument
Set tbl1 = doc.Tables(1)
Set tbl2 = doc.Tables(2)

Set dstRng = tbl2.Cell(2, 2).Range
dstRng.End = dstRng.End - 1
dstRng.InsertAfter " "
dstRng.Collapse 0

Set srcRng = tbl1.Cell(2, 2).Range
srcRng.End = srcRng.End - 1
dstRng.FormattedText = srcRng.FormattedText
End Sub

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FaheemAhmadGulAuthor Commented:
Many thanks. Greatly appreciated!!!
Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
You're welcome Faheem! Glad I could help.
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