Birthday dates automatically (and improperly) placed in Birthday Details

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bob.mcc.ct

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Is there any way to remove ALL the birthdays at once or must you remove each manually as you search through every Contact. I do not store birthdays in the Details and somehow they were automatically placed there incorrectly. :eek::eek:
 
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