I cannot open T2 files created. Error "unrecognized file format" occurs. How can I fix this?

I tried opening a 2014 T2 that I filed in October 2018.  It would not open but it did carry forward to create a 2015 T2.  I save this file but now Profile will not open the 2015 file and gives the same error.  I just created and saved the file yesterday.  My Profile is up to date at this time.


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