How do I efile T1013 and T1 tax returns?

I've already registered with the CRA and set up my efiler number and password in Profile but the only options on my efile tab are reports and options. I don't know where I should be able to choose form T1013 or the tax return to be efiled.

Thanks,
June

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June,

Next ProFile release version 2012.2.0 scheduled to be out soon will have the efile features that you are looking for.  In case you have T1 Basic, you will not be able to efile the T1 returns until CRA opens for efiling on February 11th.  However, if you have T1 Premier license you will be able to send the batches for stockpiling earlier but you won't get the acknowledgements back until CRA opens to accept efiling on February 11th.

Hope the above helps,

Thank you.
Hardev
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