I lost my Profile 2013 due to computer issues. Can I use Profile 2014 to do a 2013 T1 and if so, how do I go about it?

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When you install the 2014 version of ProFile, it should replace the 2013 version. ProFile 2014 will allow you to prepare returns back as far  as 1997, which was the first year that ProFile was available.

To prepare returns prior to 2014, click the down arrow immediately to  the right of the New Return icon and choose the type and year that you need to prepare. Alternately, you can go to FILE | NEW and choose whichever type and year of return you need.

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