Query behaving very strange

Fuerteventura

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Can anyone explain what is going on here-I've created a query with basic criteria but when I run the query, it is displaying all records, only all of the records are the same - at first I though I'd selected an update query by accident but it is a select query. It doesn't change any of the data - when you look at the table which it is running off all is fine. Very strange!

EDIT - two things: 1 - I've sorted it - 2 - This is on the wrong forum - sorry! What a muppet!!!!!!
 

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