Has the T-3 trust module released. I am unable to see it come up

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In ProFile, click "Help" and select "About" to check the ProFile version.  Make sure that the version number is 2011.2.0 or higher to access ProFile 2011 T3 module. Also, click "Details" on the About dialog to display the list of installed ProFile modules and check if 2011 T3  module is included in this list.

Otherwise, download the full install setup file (gpsetup.exe) from our site http://profile.intuit.ca/professional-tax-software/download.jsp to download the latest version of ProFile, save it to dwsktop and reinstall ProFile for updating to the the latest version 2011.4.4.  Aso, make sure that you have added the new licensee information after renewing ProFile license.

Hope the above helps address the situation.

Thank you.
Hardev
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