Conditional Formatting

xerxers

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I would like to highlight all cells in a large spreadsheet that contains the following verbiage:

N/A
None
No calling program found

Currently I have the above set up as 3 separate conditonal formats - Cell value - Is equal to.....Is there away that I can combine these into one conditional format so that i can use the other 2 conditional formats for other things?

TIA

Xerxers
 

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Jonmo1

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select formula is

=OR(A1="N/A",A1="None",A1="No calling program found")
 

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