Please teach me the fastest way to do the following:
1) In the top cell of a column place the current date(that will not over time later on)
2) fill out each of the cells below for N times by incrementing the date by 1. For example:
I understand you do not want the date in the first cell to change, so it's better not to use =today()
Instead, click the first cell, then hold down the Ctrl key and enter a ; sign (a semicolon).
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