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Using LibreOffice v6.0.7.3 on Linux Mint v19.2 Mate

I have a spreadsheeet in Calc which records data of reactions to a
particular performer. It is in the form: It has Columns A - G.

A - Name, fformatted as Text (records thre name of the persons doing the
B - No, formatted number general (records number of times this
reactors has reacted to the performer)
C - First, formatted DD/MM/YY (records the first date the reactor reaacted
to this performer)
D - Last, formatted DD/MM.YY (records last date reactor reacted to this
E - Days, formatted =NOW()-D3 (records number of days since last reaction)
F - Weeks, formatted =E3/7 (records number of weeks since last reaction)
G - Months, formatted =F3/4 (records number of months since last reaction.

Is there a formula that I can enter in Column B which will increase
incrementally increase the figure by 1, please?

Regards from New Zealand on a very warm summer evening.

"To use the term blind faith, is to use an adjective needlessly." Julian

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