Where do report Box 21 on T3 slips in Turbotax?

I have T3 slips that have Box 21. TurboTax does not have Box 21 on it's T3 reporting forms. Where do I put Box 21 info?

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Box 21 of the T3 is capital gains. Subtract any amount in box 30 from the amount in box 21 and include the difference on line 176 of Schedule 3.

If your are using TurboTax Online, you cannot enter information directly on forms. On the income (...what happened for you in 2014?) page of your Profile>Personal Tax Profile section, make sure you select Yes to did you have income from investments..., Yes to Did you have investment income reported on a slip?, and check the T3 line. You will be asked for the amounts during the Income part of the interview.

Note that if you have investment income not reported on a slip you may have to upgrade to Premier or above to use TurboTax Onliine. Desktop (CD/Download) versions may prompt you to upgrade to take advantage of extra guidance and calculation tools, but you can continue without doing so.

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