Theoretically, no. The index seems to be the nth number of tables, where the first in your document always is #0, the second #1, and so on. If you copy table #1 into another document where it's the first, its index simply reverts to '0'.
But not all is lost. If you need to be able to track down a table you created or copied earlier, you can assign it a unique label instead. How you would prevent adding a new table with the same label to your document depends entirely on where they come from (all from the same document? from different documents?) and, most important, what your intention is.
Thank you for your help with my questions, you have been very helpful!
I was wondering, if I wanted to get the ID for an entire page, how do I select the entire page so that when I run the program it gives me the "page ID"?
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(which will show the ID of page #0, the first page in your document), or something like
to have it show the "name" (the page number) and id of the current visible page.