Use Edit > Fill > Series
Click in cell A2
Right click Format Cells > date > Fri, 31Dec 99 > OK
With A2 still selected shift click A6
When the dialog box opens
Select Down > Date > Day
Enter start date: 3/08/2015
Enter finish date: 7/08/2015
Mon, 3 Aug 15
Tue, 4 Aug 15
Wed, 5 Aug 15
Thu, 6 Aug 15
Fri, 7 Aug 15
The secret i using the Edit > Fill > Series menu options
So now you have the dates, with days in the A column you could put time along the the row 1.
Starting at B1 and use the Edit > Fill > Series >Right > Date . Start 08:00, End 12:00 Increment
Just ensure that the Cell Format for the Row is set to Time rather than Date.
Hope this helps.
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