The file in the following link shows loss of excel formulas when openend in LibreOffice above 3.3.
The file was Excel 2002, and was edited by Excel >2007 and saved back in xls.
The file opens and works correctly in Excel 2002.
Where are the loss of formulas: Please go to 'FEVEREIRO 2013'.R649. You will see value 0.0, and formula #NAME?
The range R649:R656 is plenty of values with wrong formulas.
When saving in ODS format (and re-opening) the values now appears as #NAME?
To circumvent the issue, one has to edit manually the formula inside Excel 2002, forcing a new edition/update of the formula.
Please note the named formula SHARED_FORMULA_XX_YY_ZZ_WW, found in Insert -> Names -> Define. These shared formulas are an indication of an Excel 2007 usage (I guess).
I can reproduce
Mac OSX 10.8.2; LibreOffice 18.104.22.168 (Build ID: 2ef5aff)
Open test file, go to sheet "Fevereiro 2013" and there row 649.
For the field in question I do see value "1" and formula "=SUMME(D649)" in excel.
In LO 4.3.1 on OSX 10.9.4 I do see value "1" and formula "=$'BASE DADOS'.D612".
Not sure what to make of that. Olivier, can you test if this bug persists with LO 4.3.1?
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