With the new version of Profile, the T2 prints out all schedules with many blank lines, even though there are no line codes involved. When will this be rectified?

This is something new, I believe, and it's a huge waste of paper.  My schedule 125, on a very small simple return, is now 3 pages long.  Schedule 4 is 7 pages, mostly with no entries. 


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We've really voiced our dislike of this change in Profile - I hope they change it, but try this work around:

1. Choose "print PDF" instead of "print"

2. Choose desired pages

3. Hold Alt key and click "Print Preview"

4. Click Printer Icon

5. Choose Correct Printer

6. Click "Print"

This is from someone in Profile and works for us

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