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Unhappy MS Word table - duplicate row from c#

Hi,

Is there a way to duplicate an ms word table row (from the document template file which is previously loaded into a Table object) with its own cell values and subtables?
I've only found the following method
Code:
object beforeRow = objTable.Rows[3];
objTable.Rows.Add(ref beforeRow);
which isn't what I want because this is the way to create a new (blank) row.

Thanks in advance
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