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On Fri, 19 Dec 2014 14:47:02 +0000 (UTC)
"C. H. D." <> wrote:

Hello C.,

In a spreadsheet, I need the dot separated date in YYYY.MM.DD format,
e.g. 2015.01.012015.12.11

Go to Format Menu, Cells... then select Numbers tab -> Time.  Enter time
in the format you require in the entry box.

Should I file a bug report to add this feature? Is it currently not

No bug report required.  Not all options are offered "out of the box";
There are simply way too many permutations.
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