MS Access - Simple Query using Yes / No

Say I have a simple table - The following are some of the fields

Name - Text
Phone Number - Number
Phone Enquiry - Yes / No
Email Enquiry - Yes / No
Postal Enquiry - Yes / No

What I want to do is create a query that lists any Enquiry that came in by phone, email or Postal.ie - if any of the yes / no's are yes - I want it to be found using the query.
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mbizupCommented:
Try this:

SELECT *
FROM YourTable
WHERE ([Phone Enquiry] + [Email Enquiry] + [Postal Enquiry]) <> 0

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Tony303Commented:
Select Name, [Phone number]
From TABLE
WHERE [Phone Enquiry] = 'Yes'
OR [Email Enquiry] = 'Yes'
OR [Postal Enquiry] ='Yes'
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mbizupCommented:
Another method:

SELECT *
FROM YourTable
WHERE ([Phone Enquiry] OR [Email Enquiry] OR [Postal Enquiry]) = TRUE

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