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Hi Patzer,

Now this is interesting and I will have to check it out.

My understanding is that Deluxe will do the job, as long as you understand what you're doing in Forms Mode.

I had some different (than my normal) capital gains situations that needed to be modified.
I went through the interview and then looked at the forms. I then had to figure out where the inputs from the interview were populating form fields as they were not what the IRS headers on the column listed.

I knew where I wanted the data in the forms. I finally got it, but it was a re-do and look, re-do and look at forms exercise.

I'll have to check out the forms view to see what is editable, it could save me some money just going with the deluxe instead of premier in the future.

thanks (especially if it saves a few dollars),
nag
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