How can I change the Profile set up defaults in order to prevent the generation of error clue 89 for any 2012 and / or 2013 returns by efile?

I just got an email from CRA Efile Centre regarding Contact Code for Preassessment Review and Processing Review Programs. The main content of the email is as below:

Contact Code for Preassessment Review and Processing Review Programs

Contact codes are required for each tax return transmitted electronically by Efile. These codes allow the Preassessment or Processing Review programs to direct mailed contact letters to the tax preparer or the taxpayer.
Please enter “2” for tax preparer or “3” for taxpayer. The transmission of our letters by fax is no longer possible; contact code “1” is no longer valid.
In order to prevent the generation of error clue 89 for any 2012 and / or 2013 returns, we would like to remind you that you must change the set up defaults within your previous and current year tax software version for these two questions or change these options for each individual return.

Does anyone know how I should do to follow the requirement?

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thanks for writing
this refers to check boxes at Info page of ProFile, under filing section. for 2013 ther are four check boxes two under Pre-Assessmnt and two under Post-Assessment, used to be 3 under each untill 2012
You can manully check these boxes , what is your / client's preference for contact, in case CRA wants to contact , you can not check "contact by Fax" as that box is not available for 2013 on Info page of ProFile, for 2012 and earlier years you have to check 2nd or 3rd box, dont check number 1, i.e. contact by fax

if you dont want to check manually, you go to OPTIONS in menu bar, in drop down menu , Click on "Module" a screen populates. make sure in the top left corner there is a year in which you wnat to change, below, in the window,  scroll down to NEW FILES, go farther down, you will see Pre-Assessment Review and then Post Assesment Review, make your selection here, now whenever you open a new file, it will have that selection
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