YES/No Query Criteria

I Have a query.  I have four fields which are yes/no fields.  In the query I want to be asked to enter Y/N as to build the criteria ad-hoc.  So, I put [Enter Y/N] in the criteria and indeed it prompts me, however what do I enter in the box, as Y or N does not work nor 1 or 0 nor T or F?
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0 and -1, -1 for a yes

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The only values that will work are -1 (True) and 0(False).

Since this is not intuitive(!!) for the user  you have to work around it.

There is an example of how to deal with it here...
PowerhousecomputingAuthor Commented:
Cool - are there any other options or are they the only?  it just seems odd to tell someone to put in -1 for a yes
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if you use the workarounds as detailed above in the KB then you can easily workaround teh issue
Hope my answer helped you to solve your issue.
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You can try something like this: put it in the criteria box:

IIf([Is he/she married (y/n)?]='y';-1;0)
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