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    I work at a hospital in the birthing center. I created a form which I need to print one copy for every day of the year so the staff can write in appointments for induction patients. I entered 1/1/2018 in cell A1. I then copied these rows (so keeps all formatting etc) and entered =A1+1. How can I now copy this so I can autofill for 365 days of the year so I do not have to manually copy this sheet 365 times? Thank you so much for any help with this!!

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