How do i check mark a file when it is efiled


Hello Taxman,

Here is what you need to do to address the situation:

1.  Close ProFile if it is running.
2.  Right-click on ProFile icon on the Desktop and select Properties.
3.  On the Shortcut tab , locate "Find Target" (for Windows XP) or "Open File Location" for Windows Vista/Windows 7.
4.  Click "Find Target" gor Windows XP or "Open File Location" for Windows Vista/Windows 7 to display ProFile folder listing.
5.  Fom the list displayed locate filename "ProReg.exe".
6.  For Widows XP, double-click ProReg.exe (For Vista/Windows 7, right-click on ProReg.exe and select "Run as Administrator") to display "ProFile Module Registration" dialog.
7.  Locate "Gpshell.dll" module from "ProFile Module Registration" list and click the box for Gpshell.dll to add an X in this box.
8.  Close the ProFile Module Registration dialog and launch ProFile.

Hope the above helps.

Thank you.
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