|Something doesn't make sense.|
Your first date is 1/1/2012 (January 1, 2012)
The next date is 2/1/2013 (January 2, 2013)
Your last date is 26/10/2013 (October 26, 2013)
I don't see how that progression would work.
Is there a typo in your post? Should the second date be 2/1/2012 (January 2, 2012)
If you are asking to increase the date from 1/1/2012 to 26/10/2013 by 1 day every 73 rows with a blank cell between each date, it's only going to take 49,210 rows, not 60,000.
In any case, this code will produce what I think you want.
'Place the word Date in A1
Cells(1, 1) = "Dates"
'Place the first Date in A2
myDates = DateValue("1/1/2012")
'Loop through Column A
For allDates = 2 To 49210 Step 73
'Put Dates in ranges
Range(Cells(allDates, 1), Cells(allDates + 72, 1)) = myDates
'Create a Blank cell after each 73 Dates
Cells(allDates + 73, 1) = ""
'Increment counter to account for Blank cell
allDates = allDates + 1
myDates = myDates + 1
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