You can only use the ECDHE-RSA ciphers from that list if all you have is an RSA certificate. Same thing for ECDSA certificates, which only can be used with the ECDHE-ECDSA ciphers on that list.
ECDH-* is fixed in the sense that your certificate contains the fixed public parameters for and key, which can be used for the key exchange. This certificate is then signed by a CA with either RSA or ECDSA, which leads to either ECDH-RSA-* or ECDH-ECDSA-* ciphers.
That being said, ECDH is not used much. I don't know what is your reasoning behind listing the ECDH(E) ciphers, but if you want forward secrecy, you should only use the ECDHE-* ciphers, as they generate different keys for every session.