Hi Bruno – you might find or write a VBA macro to handle this, although a disclosure can often run several pages and might be tough to work with.
The XBRL Statements and Disclosures template for Excel (second in the list on the XBRL Data Community) has been recently updated to accommodate HTML – when the fact.value contains HTML, a link appears in the row that opens a browser to the rendered entry in our Public Filings Database.
As an aside – regarding the update to the template you mention; I wasn’t aware of the update – it may be a good idea to add to each file in the list of the Member-contributed API Templates and Tools, a field indicating when that file was last updated.
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