Critical Error QOF and Form 8949.

Hello.  Taxpayer files a Form 1041 and invests in several partnerships.  We received two 1231 gains from K1s and met all qualifications to reinvest the money in QO Funds to defer the gain.  Everything entered on Screen 17.1 as indicated above.  The transaction did not come from a Form 8949, but from line 10 of Form K-1s.   If we do not put proceeds $1.00 in col d, then the form 8949 does not print.  

We are receiving two critical diagnostics on this (see attached) not allowing us to efile.   I believe this requires programming.

Please advise.

LeAna Robison

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