How do I know if the Alberta Corporate Return has been efiled when I efile the T2?

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 There are two ways you can find out if the AT1 has been efiled.

Method one:

1. Go to the Info page of the corporate return
2. Scroll down to the Alberta section (or right click and choose Alberta from the context menu)
3. The third line will say: AT1 Net File confirmation number. If there is a number in that field, the return has been transmitted and accepted.

Method two:

1. Go to the File menu and choose property
2. In the window, look for Actions (should be about the middle)
3. You can scroll up and look for any actions involving the AT1. If it has been sent, it'll say: AT1 transmitted (or could say, AT1 transmission failed).

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