T2: Did type of corp. change during the year?

I carried over a T2 file from DTMax to Profile and I received a diagnostic regarding the question: 

"Did the type of corporation change during the year?"

I initially answered "no" but then I received a diagnostic. In reality, the corporation didn't change at all. All we changed is the tax preparation software. I changed the answer to "yes" to clear the diagnostic, but then I had to input the date of change. The EFILE status is still not eligible, even though all the other diagnostics have been cleared as well. 


The warning appears when the corporation type at the end of the taxation year is different then the type of corporation at the end of the previous year. If they are the same there should not be a warning

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