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I often use defined name CRLF in Excel like below images. The formula is
"=CHAR(13) + CHAR(10)". This method cannot be correctly imported from Excel
to LibreOffice.

Here are summarized images.



It would convert "=CHAR(13)" with "_x000D_" when the attached file is

Excel's double quotations are acceptable. but LibreOffice behavior is not.
Why I use "=CHAR(13) & CHAR(10)" instead of "=CHAR(10)" is that some input
fields of my tools are needed. I know that CHAR(13) & CHAR(10) is the binary
type newline and only CHAR(10) is the text type newline.

Is there any way of importing this defined name correctly?

This attached file is just a sample. I have already a ton of similar Excel
files using this method. Therefore replacing this defined name with another
way is unfortunately not a solution for me.

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