RRSP - unused RRSP contributions

my client's 2010 notice of assessment states that he has $1699 (B) unused RRSP contributions available for 2011. It is not more hat amount (A). Where do I enter this amount in Profile. It is not clear on the RRSP form where this amount should be entered.
Greatly appreciate the help.
Tracy

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It sounds like you have an carryforward of RRSP's that were purchased but have not been deducted in the past.  If this is the case you would go to the RRSP form and enter them at the top of the form. You would click the dropdown box for the Contribution Period and show them as prior to 2011. I hope this helps.
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