How do I access forms for a return already saved and e-filed so I can see effects of corrections that need to be made on request for adjustment.

Want to access the forms for a 2014 return already e-filed so I can see the effect of changes for which I have to file a request for adjustment. Cannot get to correct forms. How do I do this?


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In TurboTax Cd/Download versions, open your TurboTax return and click View > Forms Method.

Once in Forms View, click the Forms tab at the bottom of your screen to find the forms you're looking for. You might consider making a copy of your TurboTax file and using that to do your calculations so you can preserve your filed file for reference. Just browse to where your file is saved on your computer and right click to make a copy you can play with.

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