Automatic filling on the S1 - how to turn it on

I am not sure what setting I am missing but how do I set it so that the S1 fills in automatically from the S125.  It just makes life so much easier.  I find that my older clients don't but the newer one (last couple years new) seem to do it automatically.



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In the older T2 modules for example,  "2009-2012 T2" you do the following to automatically complete schedule S1 for transfer of data from schedule S125:

1.  In ProFile click on "Options" and select "Module" to display "Module Options" dialog.
2.  Make sure in the applicable T2 module "2009-2012 T2" for example.
3.  In the "New File" section under "General" tab, select the option "Default complete return using GIFI"

The above will help complete schedule S1 automatically from the data entered on schedule S125.

Hope the above helps.

Thank you.
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