When using multiple scenarios in T1 tax planner I am unable to get profile to print anything other than the first tax plan even if I am using Tax plan #2 or #3.

While in T1 for 2019 Profile I was creating multiple scenarios for future years for a client. The 1st option prints ok, but then while in the 2nd tax plan, it would still only print the 1st tax plan. I then escaped out of the 1st tax plan and went back to print the 2nd tax plan but still the 1st plan is what prints. 

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Hi, thank you for using Intuit ProFile Community

Thank you for reporting this issue. We have tested and get the results as described above. This issue has be sent to our product development team to be resolved in a future update.

I apologize for the inconvenience, but, this will be resolved

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