Will you be providing the ability to scale fonts for printing in 2019?

the SUMMARY report is not printing on one page in the 2019 year

the ability to scale fonts I found very useful for making the forms fit and look better on a page but it's no longer accessible in 2019

also, I was hopeful that perhaps we could configure the printer properties to scale (ie. 95%) but profile doesn't seem to pick up and utilize the printer's configuration

thank you


Hi, thank you for using Intuit ProFile Community

In ProFile version r2019.0.8, the current ProFile version, the options in the print setup dialog box have reverted to the previous printing method/function for the T1 module for 2018 . For example font scaling is now functional for the 2018 T1 module. This functionality is targeted to be maintained through out the T1 filing season for both the 2018 and 2019 T1 modules. There had not previously been a change to T1 modules prior to 2018.

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