Anybody experiencing carry-forward problems?

A few days ago, someone asked a question in regards to carry-forward returns from the prior year where they were getting the spouse of the client on top and not both couples were being carried forward. I can’t seem to find that post and was wondering if it was resolved because I’m getting the same problem with version 2017.3.5.  


Also, when printing in duplex format, I’m getting pages upside down even when the print set is at flip the page.


I also had some problems with carry forward couples returns. The husband's return would open but when I click on the spouse's form icon, a dialogue box would open asking me if to open a new spouse return or couple with the other return. I closed the Profile and reopened couple of time and it does not happen anymore. Fingers crossed.

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