how to reprint T1013 efile confirmation

I just efiled a T1013 for a client but neglected to print/save it. It is not in the efile folder as a 'log' only the last return I efiled. How can I access the T1013 efile confirmation


Hi Hewi,

Apparently there should be a log for you to print the T1013 confirmation message from. 

Please go to the efile drop down menu and click Reports and then either it will be in archived or current and an easy way to find the right one is if you check by date.

Double-click on the file to open it and then you should be able to print the message from the Notepad program.

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