That would be a case of needing to go back to a previous Layout, not a table.
Scripts can save the name of the layout or the number of the layout in a global field or a variable. Then a "go back" script can use Go to Layout name by calculation or go to layout number by calculation to return the user to the previous layout.
Im figuring out most of what im working on with this project, yet this one has been difficult. How would I build this script set?PreferencesPreferences
Phil has answered your question. As far as the vertical list you've now posted twice, I must confess I have no idea what you're getting at.
The "vertical list" appears to be an artifact of the user's web browser. I've brought that to ModMan's attention previously as I've seen it before.
A script that "saves" the current layout name:
Set Variable [$$PrevLayout ; value: Get ( LayoutName ) ]
A script that returns the user to the saved layout:
Go to Layout [ $$PrevLayout ] // use the layout name by calculation option
There are multiple options for what you do with those two script steps as they can be included in existing scripts that take the user to another layout or set up via script triggers. Script trigger controlled scripts for this have to be implemented with care or the current layout will "save" over the top of the name of the previous layout--preventing the user from returning.