How do I EFILE amended T4A, T4, or T5?

When I tried efiling amended T4A, it shows the error message - ‘Failed – No valid slips for T4A’.
What am I missing here?

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Teeny,

Here is what you need to do for filing amended slips (for example T4's):

1.  With the FX T4 slips file open in ProFile, click "File" and select "Properties" to display " 2012 FX File Properties" dialog.
2.  Set the "Slip Status" for T4's under "Magmedia" to "Ready to file" and click "OK" to close the dialog.
3.  Click "Efile" and select "Internet file slips" to display the dialog to select one slip type for filing (T4's).
4.  Select slip type T4 for filing and from "Data Type" slot at the bottom on Internet File Slips dialog select "Amended" for filing amended slips.
5.  Click "OK" to proceed withe the rest of the filing process to complete the filing.

Hope the above helps.

Thank you.
Hardev
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