When claiming full federal non-refundable tax credits CRA says: "attach a note to your return stating your net world income". How to do this with NETFILE? Letter only?

I have no world income, only Canadian income and I left Canada in May 2017. According to CRA I can claim full federal non-refundable tax credits but I have to attach a NOTE 

"stating your net world income (in Canadian dollars) for the part of 2017 that you were not a resident of Canada.

Show separately the net income you received from sources inside and outside Canada for that part of the year. The CRA cannot allow the full amount of these federal credits without this note."

Can I do this only by sending Letter note or I can do it with NETFILE as well?

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