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Hi. For several days I´ve been searching for some method to measure
performance / speed of formulas (or a range, or a whole sheet, or a
complete workbook) for using it in Calc. I know there is such a thing
for excel (I can provide links, if that would be acceptable), but it
fails in Calc (at least for me, using version 7.4.3 on Windows 10).
I´m really hoping there is such a thing already.

With such tool / extension / BASIC / whatever code, we users could try
different alternative formulas when a spreadsheet is getting "slow".

If there is no way to measure the performance / speed of (ranges of)
formulas for usage in Calc, perhaps a developer might be willing to
review some of the methods / code that has been posted for years for
excel and check what makes it fail in Calc, or perhaps develop
something new for Calc.


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