How to print 2019 Organizers? In 2018 Lacerte, I get an error message: "If you need to print an Organizer based on 2017 return data..."

In Lacerte 2018 when I'm trying to print out Organizers for the upcoming tax year (i.e. tax year 2019), I am getting a message from Lacerte 2017: "please verify that you have installed the 2017 Proforma CD and launch this feature from the 2017 Tax program."

We have 2017 Lacerte.  We have 2018 Lacerte.  I'm now trying to use 2018 Lacerte to prepare for tax year 2019.



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Make sure you have the latest update downloaded in the 2018 program...  THAT's what has the organizer/proforma info.

B U T.... I would S T R O N G L Y advise you to wait as there WILL be changes.   They've already had to do one revision.

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