Setting defaults for printing T1 returns

How do I set the defaults for what forms I want to print with my T1?  We used to have a good selection based on what forms were used, plus the summary and comparative forms.  When we moved to flexible licensing, that all changed, and now I have to go into the advanced printing and change it EVERY TIME I print - even if it's the same tax return.  How do I set the defaults so I don't have to keep changing back each time?


I think it's just a matter of setting it up in Options, form selection. Just select (or deselect) which forms you want to print in each set, then hit OK (not "set defaults"). I set it up separately on each computer I use...

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