Duplicate DCN number

We’ve addressed the duplicate DCN issue for coupled and family linked returns in R3.5

However, there is still one remaining issue: if you have a T1 TY2014 file template configured to create new files, then you may see a duplicate DCN on those files. This will be corrected in the upcoming R4.0 in the next couple weeks.

In the meantime, here’s the temporary solution:

Go to the T1EFILE worksheet
At the bottom, there will be a document control number.
Select and delete it - a new one will be created after a few seconds.
You should then be able to efile the return.

Never post your license key, customer number or any other sensitive information.

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The duplicate DCN issue has been resolved as of release 3.5. Please ensure that your software is update.

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