How do I transfer descriptions from T777 details to T777?

I itemised several lines of "other expenses" using T777details but instead of transferring to the T777 as individual entries, they are lumped together on line 9270 with no individual identification.  I've tried to override the description but it only permits 15 characters.

When Efiling does the "T777details" also get filed?

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Thank you for using ProFile Live Community.

The T777Details is a worksheet and it'll not be transmitted to CRA. This you should keep in your records in the event of CRA requesting that you specify the expenses. ProFile is using the T777 form from CRA, which also has no additional lines to enter the expenses:

https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/cra-arc/formspubs/pbg/t777/t777-15e.pdf

As far as the EFILE process is concerned, CRA only wants the lump sum displayed on the T777.

I'm sorry about any confusion.

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