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how do I print m tax report?

  • Where is Reports? Where is Tax Summary in reports if I do fine it? All that is listed under reports is Tax Schedule, and it  does not list it by category. This is the craziest a-- program I ever saw. I loved the OLD Quicken. If it ain't broke....

If you want to print the Tax Schedule Report, then select File > Print.  (not Export)
The pop-up dialog gives you numerous options.
To view or save as PDF, look in lower left for the 'PDF' button.
    (I've answered this 3 times but Intuit is a "pain"!)
    Anyway, go to Reports, in dropdown window, highlight Tax Summary, Choose the date range you want. Print
    • Can't use regular quicken on the Mac anymore so have to use quicken essentials. there is no option for tax reports, just what quicken decides. When it export tax data the file can't be opened by Preview or by Adobe  Reader.
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