adding my new spouse to link to my return

I was widowed last year and imported my 2013 tax file.  I filled in my new data including the fact I was married in 2014.  I cant seem to add my husband's file, without starting a new file, when I do that it asks me for my information again.  How do I get the two files linked without doing all of my input again


As it turns out, a telephone support agent has just informed me that there is no way to import data from two previously separate TT files into a joint file for the current year. The options are either to continue to do them separately, or to import one of the spouse's previous year data into a joint file, and add the other spouse's information and carry-forwards manually.

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