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Sometimes when I convert a table to a CSV, the formatting of the information is different when I check the CSV result. This is most prevalent when the table in question has multiple headers. Here's a link to an example table in which this issue occurs: https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/320187/000032018720000018/R2.htm
Does anyone have an idea on how to fix this issue?
Currently row and column spans are not handled in html to CSV. I have raised a case to look into the issue
This is now fixed. The rowspans and colspans are now normalised so that it properly handles being converted to CSV and other formats that don't support spanning multiple columns and rows.
Thanks a lot for the quick response and fix.