How can I use my new efile password to file T1013. Efile>option window has no efile button on the left side that I can click

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Paul B,

For the T1/TP1 module, we did not receive EFILE specifications for the 2012 version of the T1013 form in time to implement them for the 2012.1.0 release. Therefore, EFILE menu commands for the T1013 form were disabled. T1013 EFILE functionality is currently targeted for a future release.

You can use 2011 T1 module for efiling T1013.

There is a known issue for this topic.
http://support.intuit.ca/profile/en-ca/iq/Errors/EFILE-for-the-2012-version-of-the-T1013-form-is-not-yet-available/INF22157.html

Hope this helps.

Thank you.
Hardev
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