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Given that XLQ appears to be a third-party tool using the MS Office API (COM) I doubt it would be compatible with LO, which as a separate application, has a separate API (UNO).

Given that XLQ appears to be a third-party tool using the MS Office API (COM) I doubt it would be compatible with LO, which as a separate application, has a separate API (UNO).LO.