TurboTax Canada won't accept date of reentry to Canada as 10/06/2014 or as 10/06. Please help.

I've input the correct info, but TT is rejecting this. Please help.

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I am having the same issue.  i entered the date in the listed format of dd/mm/yyyy and it accepted it when i filled in the form but on review it says i have an error and keeps telling me that i need to enter the date in as dd/mm.  if i do that it hilites the cell and points (quite pointedly) at the format shown of dd/mm/yyyy.  when i go back in and enter that it bounces back to the dd/mm note???  also tried doing dd/mmm/yyyy but that did not work either.  no idea what to do.

i gather no one from intuit actually monitors these boards since there is no real answer offered.  only thing i figure i can do is to cancell out and then hit the ignore/does not apply to me button when this point comes up on the review

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