Why does the company's address not print on the top of the 2016 T4 and T4A slips?

I know the address is correctly entered, because it prints on T5 slips and on all the slip summaries, but it does not print in the address box on the T4 or T4A slip.  Is this a setting that I'm missing somewhere?


Hello Jaemi,

I hope all is well, Can you please open the file and go to the t2 summary (form:t4sum),

under the "name and address of emplyoer" you will see 3 lines, the first line will have company name. right under the company name, you will have 2 more blank lines.

Can you please try to fill out there? thank you. Currently it is not a requirnment to have company address on the t4 slip but some users would like it to be there anyways. Please try putting it there and see if it helps. 

Thank you

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