deleting unwanted forms

By mistake the form T2125-2 was created as a second business for a client.  He does has a business but the information only needed is on the T2125-1 form.

I need to delete the 2nd one, because it will not let me e-file this return because there is information missing (address, etc).  I have opened for form, and gone to form button at top and from it's menu cleared the form, and then picked delete form, and said yes.  But it is still there when I try to e-file.  This is a last year return, and needs to be out now. 



This may work. Close Profile, not just client, but the program, then open again and see if form #2 is gone.

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