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How to make an active checkbox in a report?

How to make an active checkbox in a report?
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I have a form that runs a query that automatically opens a report. My report includes a checkbox field that correlates to each entry. I want the checkbox to be active in the report. Is there a way to do this?

I want to be able to double check the document attached to every entry and then check the box when it has been checked. However, I want the checkbox to be usable on the report so the user doesn't have to go into the table to check it.

Right now, the checkbox is only an image and isn't interactive on the report.
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