and I’d like to iterate over their cells and determine the row & column span for each cell. It looks like I can create very irregular tables that don’t map well to HTML tables but let’s not worry about that for now.

So, I can iterate over every row in a table, and then using TableColumSeparators I can determine how cells in a particular row are distributed (more details in this Stackoverflow answer, or related discussion in this forum thread).

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`rows = table.getRows()`

for row in rows:

seps = row.TableColumnSeparators

# len(seps) is the number of cells in this row,

# and a separator’s `Position` tells me where.

However, I just can’t figure out how to determine whether a cell spans more than one rows, like cell A1 in Table 2 above. I’ve been poking around with MRI for quite some time, but nothing...

Any tips and suggestions would be greatly appreciated