Checking if I'm missing something on the T1135?

When I am entering only information in section 7 sections 1 to 6 all have warning fields in yellow and says to "Please complete questions on T1135".  To get around this in the past we've been entering 1 cent in the income field.  But is there a question we are missing.  CAD is entered in the currency code.  Individual is checked.  Individual code is 2.  Address is complete. No other fields are entered.  Where are these questions to answer? 

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Hello, the T1135 is currently displaying those warnings. Please sign off. In the event of the sign off marks disappearing, please go to Options > Environment > Audit and ensure that 'Clear Review Marks on edit' is not checked (third option on the top left hand side).

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