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100 years off

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I have a spreadsheet that many of the dates in it seem to be exactly 100 years off.  Any ideas why this might be?  We have almost zero information to go on.  I don't know where the spreadsheet came from, I don't know what system it was exported from (but I believe, due to the nature of the data, that it may have been from a peoplesoft system), nor do I know when the sheet was created or in what version of excel.  All I know is that out of about 8000 rows, roughly 100 have dates that seem to be 100 years off, IE 2099 instead of 1999

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