The Customize Open Return window allows you to change options from the print set Print sets can be created for the firm or the user to configure default options such as copy types, print order, print destination, and watermarks. when printing the entire return.
- From an open return, select Print > Print Entire Return from the Application menu.
- Click Customize on the Print Entire Return window to display the Customize Open Return window. If changes have occurred since the last calculation, the system prompts you to calculate the return before proceeding, or to continue the print process without calculating.
- Customize the print setting for the open return from the available options.
- Click OK to save your changes and close the Customize Open Return window.
|Suppress printing of this document||Suppresses printing of the selected document. To unsuppress a document, first select the document in the navigation panel, and then clear the suppress option.|
|Insert/Delete External Object||
Inserts or deletes an external object to or from a copy type or multiple copy types in the open return. External objects must be less than 900 KB in size. See Inserting and Deleting External Objects for more information.
|All Calculated Forms||Displays a list of forms, reports, letters, filing instructions, and documents for each copy type regardless if they are suppressed. You can also change the print option for each item.|
|Customization Report||Displays the print set order and print properties in a report format.|
|Deleted Forms From Previous Release||Displays a log of deleted forms from previous releases. See Reviewing Deleted Tax Forms for more information.|
|Print Entire Return||Displays the options to print the entire return.|
|Restore <Copy Type>||Restores the default settings for the copy type item selected on the navigation panel.|
Move Up/Move Down
Located below the navigation panel, repositions a selected document in a tax authority on the navigation panel.
Tip: You can also drag documents to a new location on the navigation panel.