How do I claim Charitable donations if I've imported a previous year, and donations are already listed?

When I arrived at the Carried Forward From Last Year Charitable Donations page, there were already donations entered. Do I add the amount of the donation receipts from previous years to the ones listed, or do I clear the numbers listed and simpy put the donations from previous years that I have not already sent to the CRA?

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CRA does not track donations. Credit is only given for donations you report, and you should report them once only. Enter all the donations you wish to claim in 2014, whether incurred in 2014 or earlier , provided you did not submit them in an earlier year. You must have a tax slip available for each donation.
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