converting dates in excel from julian to calendar

I have reviewed many websites on this subject but none of the conversions are working.

I am trying to convert over 1000 Julian dates to calendar dates in excel 2010 spreadsheet please find sample attached.
Amanda WalshawBusiness Solutions AnalsystAsked:
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...please find sample attached.

Sorry, nothing is attached.
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Amanda WalshawBusiness Solutions AnalsystAuthor Commented:
sorry I have now attached it thanks Amanda
date-entered.xlsx
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Which variant of the julian date are we referring to.. What is the gregorian date of julian date 0?

Is the start date January 1, 4713 BCE?
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Amanda WalshawBusiness Solutions AnalsystAuthor Commented:
hello the formula I use for impromptu is
(datetime-to-date(days-from-1900-to-datetime(date entered – 693595)))

so its 1900
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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
=DATE(IF(0+(LEFT(A1,2))<30,2000,1900)+LEFT(A1,2),1,RIGHT(A1,3))
date-entered.xlsx
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
not quite right Day 1 should be Jan 1, 1900 and you don't take into consideration of leap years.
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