What is override (no difference) in the form?

I am adding rent paid by student in 2011 and receivinf "override (no difference) message.

What is it?

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I think you are trying to enter the rent on line 6110 on the  "Application for the 2012 Ontario Trillium Benefit form ON-BEN" and that is why you are getting an override on this field.  You need to enter the rent information in "Part B - Declaration" of ON-BEN and the rent paid figure from this section will automatically transfer to line 6110.

If you have already entered the rent data in Part  B - Declaration then you just highlight the line 6110 field, right-click on this field and select "Override" to remove the override from line 6110 field.

Hope the above helps.

Thank you.
Hardev
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