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Feature request should be send to bug tracker: https://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/bug/ and described in detail what this new feature should look like.

But you need to understand that formulas in LibreOffice are not implemented just randomly but using OpenFormula standard specification. So first function must be accepted in standard then it will be implemented in LibreOffice. This can take some time...

Feature request should be send to bug tracker: https://www.libreoffice.org/get-help/bug/ and described in detail what this new feature should look like.You can use User-Defined Function by using macros, see details in: https://help.libreoffice.org/Calc/User-Defined_Functions

But you need to understand that formulas in LibreOffice are not implemented just randomly but using OpenFormula standard specification. So first function must be accepted in standard then it will be implemented in LibreOffice. This can take some time...

You can use User-Defined Function by using macros, see details in: https://help.libreoffice.org/Calc/User-Defined_Functionshttps://help.libreoffice.org/Calc/User-Defined_Functions

If you go this route, I suggest to you some prefix for your function name like: "MY_" to have function name "MY_WORD". Just in case if WORD function gets implemented and has some completely different meaning. Maybe even better is to use you name as a prefix or something...

You can use User-Defined Function by using macros, see details in: https://help.libreoffice.org/Calc/User-Defined_Functions

If you go this route, I suggest to you add some prefix for to your function name like: "MY_" to have function name "MY_WORD". Just in case if WORD function gets implemented by product itself and has some completely different meaning. Maybe even better is to use better, prefix function name with you name as a prefix or something...name.