Replace/Remove exact words

ryanb4614

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In my spread sheet i have Column D (doesn't have to be column specific) I need to remove all the cells containing these words:
MAIL ORDER ITEMS (PACKAGE)
STORE USE SUPPLIES
CONTAINMENT - HOUSES
How can this be done?
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ALSO I need to: I column A Can all these be done together instead of going to find/replace and one at a time? even if i can do Replace1 at once would cut my time down.
Replace1: 9521,6580,6660,8570 with: 4546
Replace2: 6560,6640 with: 8550
Replace3: 6550, 6630 with: 8540
 

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