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How to move a row from one table to another when the is edited

I have a table  that maps an IP-address to the mac-address. To keep it clean I want to seperate the table into two. One with the used IPs and one with unsused IPs. My question ist, whether there is a macro to move a row from the table with the unused IPs to the other table once a mac-address is filled in.

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There is an option to cut (or copy) and paste a row when you are inside a table:


I know that, but in my experience, the 5 second it takes to cut, paste and delete the old line, are the 5 seconds, that keep people from maintaining the table properly.

Sorry, no idea if you can automate that...

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