Individual was a part-year NYC resident in 2018. Program is not computing 2019 NYC estimate. Is there a way to override the estimates to add the NYC tax?

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Screen 7 - Look down to the left in Section for NYC/Yonkers Estimated Tax and do overrides in the NYC column (probably just for 3rd & 4th quarter at this late stage, with the total in "2019 estimated tax [O]") 

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