how do you open efile properties dialog

I'm trying to efile older T2 returns

Answer

kidoo,

Here is the workaround:

1. Open the T2 return in ProFile.
2. Go to "File/Properties", set the efile status to "Eligible" and uncheck the "CRA Errors box.
3. Click on "Efile" and select "Properties".
4. With the Efile Properties dialog open, press "Ctrl", "Alt" and "W" keys simultanously for the old efile process to kick-in. Close "Efile Properties" dialog.
5. Click on "Efile" and select "Transmit this return".
6. Follow the prompts on screen to complete the internet filing process and print the confirmation.
7. After efiling, click on "Efile" again and select "Properties"
8. With the Efile Properties dialog open, press "Ctrl", "Alt" and "W" keys simultanously for the new efile process to kick back in. Close "Efile Properties" dialog.

If you still need assistance, please call ProFile toll-free support line at 1 800 452 9970 to get help.

Thank you.
Hardev
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