were in profile the options to code the change of name?

I got the reply from CRA site about efile of my client
:Failed.  CRA: The surname entered for your client, one of the entries used to ensure that the correct master record is accessed for processing, does not agree with the surname on our records. Please ensure that you have entered the correct SIN for this taxpayer, then confirm the name with your client and correct any errors. If the surname you entered was correct and a name change is required, code the record to indicate that this is a change of name.

were in profile the options to code the change of name?


Open the return and go to the Info form, then enter the new name in the First name or Last name field as required.
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