I am new user what is the best way to learn all functionally of profile software


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Hello Ashok, 

Thank you for using Profile Live Community. We have many resources here, which you could use to learn about profile software which are:

1. You can use Training on the toolbar in profile, which provide the training step for all of the module such as T1, T2, T3 & FX. You can Click on Training => 2016 T1/TP1 => Getting started, and the it will open a small window on top of your return screen, and you can go through the steps there. For more detail, please check this link: http://support.intuit.ca/profile/en-ca/document.jsp?product=profile-english&id=GEN81568

2. You can also sign up with our Live Webinar with us. Please check this related link: http://support.intuit.ca/profile/en-ca/document.jsp?product=profile-english&id=INF25842

I hope it would be helpful for you.

Thank you.

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