*All cars on the parking lot*, means every single car. Not one is excluded. *Any car on the parking lot*, means any specific car on the parking lot, but not every single one of them. They define a different way of looking a collection of things, ideas, or ideas (or anything that can make a collection of any kind). Note that I say "Any car" as I am referring to a single car, not several or more. Your specific question requires more of a context to answer, or I don't have your answer, but I will explain any vs. all below, as best I can. ---------- *I want any of the food on the table makes me picky.* *I want all of the food on the table makes me greedy.* Use **any** for a specific instance of a group, any kid, any bus, any car, any word, any answer, and use all to mention every instance of a collection.