Building a segment that filters by hits with greater than 100 visits will show how many visitors who have been to the site 100+ times have seen each page, but what I think the OP is trying to do is see how many pages have received more than 100 visits.
Because visits are attached to visitors and not pages, I don't know that there is a way to build a segment based on page behavior rather than visitor behavior. The only way to do this might be to pull a pages report and scroll down until the pages have less than 100 visits per month.
Not sure if your company has this but Data Workbench has this built in. If you are looking to do advanced analytics and dive deeper into pieces that Analytics can't provide, Data Workbench is something I would highly recommend.
I think the same that there is no real way to do so only using the exports. Adobe should create a feature on this to filter tables like that just like Google Analytics already does for years. The segment mentioned above with the calculated metric doesnt work, because it looks for visits with more than 100 visit. And a visit cant have more than one visit. Also when using this on visitor level. It checks if the visitor had a specific amount of visit and not the page itself.
Maybe Adobe should include filters for that as a feature request