Transfer of Medical; or Donations to spouse

How do I transfer the medical or donation expenses on to the spouses return

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for medical, there is two option for you.
1. under the box where you put the medical detail, there is one question says, ARE YOU CLAIMING MEDICAL EXPENSE (YES/NO) you can use this one to switch the medical between spouses.
2. you can do OPTIMIZE MEDICAL EXPENSES? (at the top of the form)  and profile will do the best based on the information you added
For Donation: also the same, where you have in the charitable donation details box, ask you REPORTED ON SLIPS
and you can ask to claim them on (OWN SLIPS/ONWN AND SPOUSES SLIPS/NONE(TRANSFER TO SPOUSE))

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