How do I enter information from RL-1 on Profile T1?

I have the T1 program and have a client that has received a t4 as well as a RL-1 for work in quebec while he was a student.  How do I record the RL-1 amount in this program.  I don't want to buy another program because of one slip?

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When posting data to the Profile T4 , choose Québec as the province of employment. To enter Québec tax deducted at source, browse down the Profile T4 until you come to the line 'Québec tax deducted (non-resident of Québec)' - this is the last item on Profile T4. That is all you have to do!  Please note, this applies to non-residents of Québec.  A taxpayer may have worked in Québec during the year 2014, but was not a resident of Québec on December 31, 2014.  For Québec residents, you will need the T1/TP1 software.

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