Take a pdf of your monthly credit card statement, and use Adobe to convert it to Excel.
Then see what it takes to clean it up. Getting rid of the graphics is just a couple lines of code. The rest is a bit more challenging to get to just the cards used, date, where, and amount. Where my wife works, they usually need 24 months of this information in Excel to categorize for divorce mediation.
Initially, she thought it would be easy to copy and paste rather than key all this in. The first cell with data was 30 lines of data in one cell. Then there were merged cells, where when you removed the merging, resulted in data not always in the same column, plus varying columns being blank.
I got a nice little side job parsing this apart and making it usable. Faster and more consistent than keying it in. And with quick turnaround, they can take short notice cases they used to turn away.
Since some of this formatting is likely due to Excel ‘helping’ the user, it is a feature that works for me.