I cannot print the data import page anymore.

After I auto fill, I cannot print the data import page.

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Hi, thank you for using Intuit ProFile Community

I apologize for the inconvenience but there are some reported issues with the T1 printing for 2018 and 2019 in version 2019.0.2. We have changed to printing directly on CRA forms instead of creating forms during the printing process. The reasons for this are to speed the CRA certification process and to have the forms more accurate on printing. There is an article for reported issues at the following link:

https://profile-en.community.intuit.ca/articles/1891611-t1-printing-bugs-in-profile-versions-2019-0-...

Our product development team is working hard to resolve issues that did not appear in testing, to have them resolved in up coming updates, but well before the T1 filing season for 2019.

The data import page printing issue is an issue that is targeted to be resolved in 2019.1.0. This issue is under investigation to restore printing of the Data import summary page.

Hope this helps

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