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Am 16.07.2015 um 18:49 schrieb tonybsa:

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.

This topic as started by Gilles is about dates. Dragging down a single
number (currency, date, time, whatever) increases the value by one which
is one day.
Problem is that too many spreadsheet users do not know what a
spreadsheet date/time is and how it differs from a text such as
"16/07/2015" which is not a date by any means.

For intervals other than one day you can use the fill-series dialog _or_
enter 2 start values (e.g. 8:00 and 9:00), select the two values and
drag down the interval.

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