My student's forms are filled in but do not appear to print. What happened to the forms and how can this program be utilized?

I can see what she did on her computer but she is unable to print the forms.  In the list of forms, new work does not appear since her first work on this return. 

How do we make this new work preview and/ or print?

Answer

You have reached the peer-to-peer support forum for tax professionals.  The education program run by Intuit is not supported here; you may like to refer to this link for Intuit's contact details: https://www.intuit.com/partners/education-program/contact/

Returns can only be printed after the respective return is opened.  The print function in PTO is accessed through the "File Return" tab.  On the left panel under "Print", you may choose either to "View/Print Return PDF" to print the entire return or "Partial Print" to select to specific forms/schedules you'd like to print.

To preview a return, you can click on the "Preview forms" button on the right above the input screen of the "Input Return" tab.

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