I am tryng to make and store a PDF document from the T-1 file.

The interfaces between Windows XP and the program and windows 7 and the program are different.  With XP, I could click on file, and then create a PDF document of the T-1 file, or any part of it.   There must be a way to do that with windows 7.  At the moment, I am going around in circles.  I don't want to print/email pdf.  I just want to create and store a PDF...or part of the T-1 in PDF....such as....most importantly...the T183.

I must say...I don't like the way windows 7 interfaces with profile.  I like the way it was with XP.

I suppose I am a creature of habit.


You can use the "Archive" feature to create a PDF and save it in the same folder where your tax returns are saved. Here are the steps to create a PDF:
1. Open the T1 retun in ProFile.
2. Click "File" and select "Print" to display the "Print Selection" dialog.
3. In the "Print Details" section uncheck all the sets in the "Print these sets" row.
4. In the "Archive these sets" row, select set#2 for creating a PDF.
5. Click "Print" to create a PDF.

Hope the above helps.

If you still experience problems please call our toll-free support line at 1 800 452 9970 for help.

Thank you.
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