How do I amend and resubmit my T2s for years 2010-2015 inclusive?

I need to amend and  resubmit T2 forms for years 2010-2015. How can I do this? I have been using Profile One-Pay for the entire time, repurchasing Profile every year since 2009. I saw some information stating that it can only be done for years 2014 and up and only if the beginning of the year is April. How can I amend and resubmit for all of those years prior to 2014 and after 2014?

The changes pertain to T5s and T3s  whose information was not correctly submitted.

Your prompt rely will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

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Thank you for using ProFile Live Community.

Please see the article below. It contains the step on how to amend your T2 return.

https://profile-en.community.intuit.ca/articles/1625385-how-to-make-an-amendment-or-adjustment-to-a-...

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