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Create a list with field but only for those who are check mark

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I am working on a database.   I would like to create a report that adds these fields (Effective date, EPLI Policy #, Policy Name,  Premium onto a report)  I would only like to add the information if the EPLI box is checked.  Then I need to be able to see the report for only certain months.  How do you do this.  I attached a sample database so you can see what I am referring to.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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create a query like  "query1" and use it as the record source of your report
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The report seems to be working in reverse order. If you check the EPLI Box they come off a report rather than added onto a report.
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Rey,  I got it. The EPLI was marked to Zero. So I changed it to true in the criteria and it works now.  Thank you.
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Rey was very helpful.
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