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Requesting any help from TurboTax program gurus out there.

I have a lot of transactions to report on my Form Schedule-D. (ok I know trading a lot is not very Foolish, but paying the piper for it now). The paperwork from these transactions is a big jumble and from multiple sources. I would like to just enter the transaction at random and then sort them so they come out either alphabetical or by date. Last year and all the years before I have used the program this was possible.

This year for some reason, the sort table feature, seems grayed out. Is there another way to do this?

Yes, I know the calculations will still be correct, but it is easier to review the printout for correctness if the output is sorted in some manner.

I called TurboTax technical support (long distance), the tech quickly explained that the program just does not do that any more. I am asking here because I am not convinced of the tech knowledge base. She seemed to give me that as a convenient answer to get me off the call. Or she may be right, and TurboTax and removed a really convenient feature from the program.

Any and all help really appreciated.



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