When using ProFile T2 Premier follow the steps below:

1.  Open the T2 return in ProFile.
2.  Click "File" and select "Print /Email PDF to display T2 eReview Print Selection dialog.
3.  If you need to "Preview" the PDF click on Preview radio button.
4.  To create a PDF click on "Build PDF".

When using T2 Basic follow the steps below:

1.  Open the T2 return in ProFile.
2.  Click "File" and select "Print" to display T2 Print Selection dialog.
3.  Uncheck all the sets from row titled "Print these sets".
4.  Select set#2  from the row titled "Archive these sets (PDF)"
5.  Click "Print" radio button to create a PDF

In both cases the PDF created will be saved in the same folder as the T2 returns.

Hope the above helps.

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