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I can confirm this issue. I created a bug report at https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=79288

Using: * LibreOffice 4.1.4, 64 bit. * Debian 7.5 (wheezy) 64-bit. * Kernel Linux 3.2.0-4-amd64. * GNOME 3.4.2. * Memory: 16 GB. * Processor: Intel Core i7-3770S, 3.10 GHZ, 8 CPU activated. * Storage: Solid State Disk (SSD). * Notes: * Fresh new computer install. * All hardware are 2013 or 2014. * LibreOffice is the only software open. * Calc document contains only plain text, nothing else, no graphic, no text formatting, no color, no nothing else than plain text. ** LibreOffice was install from the Official Debian repository: "libreoffice-gnome-1:4.1.4-2~bpo70+1 (64-bit)", maintainer: Debian LibreOffice Maintainers debian-openoffice@lists.debian.org.

Here is a temporary workaround that resulted in huge performance improvement: Using LibreOffice save your document in Microsoft's format ".xlsx". Very fast performance, down from 40 seconds to 1 second or less in my case. But this is just a temporary workaround for me. I would prefer using ".ods" format because: it's the default format for LibreOffice; it's open source; and own by a community not own by a corporation.

I can confirm this issue. I created a bug report at https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=79288

Using: * LibreOffice 4.1.4, 64 bit. * Debian 7.5 (wheezy) 64-bit. * Kernel Linux 3.2.0-4-amd64. * GNOME 3.4.2. * Memory: 16 GB. * Processor: Intel Core i7-3770S, 3.10 GHZ, 8 CPU activated. * Storage: Solid State Disk (SSD). * Notes: * Fresh new computer install. * All hardware are 2013 or 2014. * LibreOffice is the only software open. * Calc document contains only plain text, nothing else, no graphic, no text formatting, no color, no nothing else than plain text. ** LibreOffice was install from the Official Debian repository: "libreoffice-gnome-1:4.1.4-2~bpo70+1 (64-bit)", maintainer: Debian LibreOffice Maintainers debian-openoffice@lists.debian.org.

Here is a temporary workaround that resulted in huge performance improvement: Using LibreOffice save your document in Microsoft's format ".xlsx". Very fast performance, down from 40 seconds to 1 second or less in my case. But this is just a temporary workaround for me. I would prefer using ".ods" format because: it's the default format for LibreOffice; it's open source; and own by a community not own by a corporation.

I can confirm this issue. I created a bug report at https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=79288

Using: * LibreOffice 4.1.4, 64 bit. * Debian 7.5 (wheezy) 64-bit. * Kernel Linux 3.2.0-4-amd64. * GNOME 3.4.2. * Memory: 16 GB. * Processor: Intel Core i7-3770S, 3.10 GHZ, 8 CPU activated. * Storage: Solid State Disk (SSD). * Notes: * Fresh new computer install. * All hardware are 2013 or 2014. * LibreOffice is the only software open. * Calc document contains only plain text, nothing else, no graphic, no text formatting, no color, no nothing else than plain text. ** LibreOffice was install from the Official Debian repository: "libreoffice-gnome-1:4.1.4-2~bpo70+1 (64-bit)", maintainer: Debian LibreOffice Maintainers debian-openoffice@lists.debian.org.

Here is a temporary workaround that resulted in huge performance improvement: Using LibreOffice save your document in Microsoft's format ".xlsx". Very fast performance, down from 40 seconds to 1 second or less in my case. But this is just a temporary workaround for me. I would prefer using ".ods" format because: it's the default format for LibreOffice; it's open source; and own by a community not own by a corporation.

Note that ".xlsx" might not match your needs, as some features are not supported, details in the table at http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/excel-help/differences-between-the-opendocument-spreadsheet-ods-format-and-the-excel-xlsx-format-HA010355787.aspx

I can confirm this issue. I created a bug report at https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=79288

Here is a temporary workaround that resulted in huge performance improvement: improvement during save: Using LibreOffice save your document in Microsoft's format ".xlsx". Very fast performance, down from 40 seconds to 1 second or less in my case. But this is just a temporary workaround for me. I would prefer using ".ods" format because: it's the default format for LibreOffice; it's open source; and own by a community not own by a corporation.

Note that ".xlsx" might not match your needs, as some features are not supported, details in the table at http://office.microsoft.com/en-001/excel-help/differences-between-the-opendocument-spreadsheet-ods-format-and-the-excel-xlsx-format-HA010355787.aspx

I can confirm this issue. I created a bug report at https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=79288