You can count the number of occurrences of "A", "B" and "C" in each row using `COUNTIF`

, and then add the results together. If any of those values are present in a row, the sum should return a non-zero value.

Try this:

Go to **Conditional Formating** > **New Rule** > **Use a formula to determine which cells to format**

Enter this formula:

```
=(COUNTIF($D2:$L2, "A")+COUNTIF($D2:$L2, "B")+COUNTIF($D2:$L2, "C"))>0
```

Set your format and click OK.

Make sure that the **Applies to** box in the **Conditional Formatting Manager** window is set to `=$D2:$L2`

, or the row(s)/range(s) that you wish to apply the conditions to.

These should also work:

```
=COUNTIF($D2:$L2, "A")+COUNTIF($D2:$L2, "B")+COUNTIF($D2:$L2, "C")
=COUNTIF(2:2, "A")+COUNTIF(2:2, "B")+COUNTIF(2:2, "C")
```