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Your supposedly non-greedy match is definitely non-greedy here. I have
to hit "Replace" twice on your example input.

What version of LibreOffice are you using? Non-greedy matches are
supported only from 4.0 upwards. So if you are still on 3.x line, then
you are out of luck (or simply upgrade, if you may).

Also, although it's not a case here, it's worth to note that Find and
Replace in Calc will find and select entire cells only. That means, if
only part of cell matches regexp, you will end up with entire cell
selected anyway. If you happen to test your regexpes with "Find" first,
it might lead you to believing your regexp is not working properly.
If in doubts, check your regexpes in Writer. 
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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