how to carry forward last years t4

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Hello Bill,

It is my understanding that you are asking to carry forward a ProFile 2010 FX T4 slips file for preparing the next year T4 slips using ProFile 2011 FX module.  Here is what you need to do:

EITHER
1.  Click "File" and select "Carry Forward" to display the "Carry forward file" dialog.
2.  Select the file that you need to carry forward.
3.  Click the "Carry forward" radio type button to open the carried forward 2011 T4 slips data file in ProFile 2011 FX module.

OR
1.  Click "File" and select "Open" to display the "Open file" dialog.
2.  Open the 2010 T4 slips file that you need to carry forward.
3.  With the file open in ProFile, "Right-click" on screen and select "Carry forward" to open the carried forward 2011 T4 slips data file in ProFile 2011 FX module.

Hope the above helps.

Thank you.
Hardev
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