I cant print, email or pdf print the T1163 AgriStability form. It skips it when i print entire tax return and fails when i individually try to print it. on V2019.0.2

It prints in all the other years but not in 2018 tax year or newer. If i select a new return and print a blank T1163 it works. I don't know what the heck is going on. I have attached the error i receive. Keep in mind the printers all work perfectly for every form except this one for some reason.

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Hi, thank you for using Intuit ProFile Community

I tested printing the T1163 for Alberta and the T1273 for Manitoba in the T1 2018 module and was able to print one for each.  The form selection ( options > form selection) does not default to printing for the efile copy but does for the T1paper job. Reviewing form selection may be necessary

On the other hand the error message indicates there is an issue with printing process even though it affects only one form. You could try the steps in the article at the following link:

https://profile-en.community.intuit.ca/articles/1863691-troubleshooting-t1-and-t2-printing-issues

If you need further assistance call us at 1-800-452-9970 for an agent to assist

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