that Or makes this a calculation that if used in a Specify Calculation dialog would return the value 1 (True).
So that's the wrong calculation and you can't use calculations in a stored find request anyway.
To get an "or" result from a find, you do one of two things:
Inside the stored find request, you create a second request and specify the alternative criteria in this new request, giving you one with "2" specified and one with "3" specified.
Preform a find for the first criteria ("2") and then use Extend Found set to extend the found set to include records matching a different set of criteria ("3")
And I suggest that you consider not storing these request but that you use a script that enters find mode without pausing and uses set field and New Record/Request to create any additional requests followed by a perform find with no stored criteria in it.
See this thread for examples of that method: Scripted Find Examples
OK, thanks, I will give this a go. I figured I would have to go with the Extended Found Set.