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How do I remove a 1040 from R.E.P.? I've tried unlocking.

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Locking and unlocking have nothing to do with REP. 

You probably have an extra state entered in Screen 1. I would start there first. Just delete the state from Screen 1. 


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Are you looking for a credit for the return or is the return asking you to REP it again and you do not want it to be?
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No, we don't do any REP returns, but this one somehow is set up for REP & I don't know how to fix it!
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Do you have any states on the return?
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We are in Florida & don't use Lacerte for any state returns.  This particular client lives in SC.  I changed resident state on Screen 1 to US.  I deleted any references to SC on the W-2 input.  When I go to e-file the message comes up that I do not have REP access for this client.
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Locking and unlocking have nothing to do with REP. 

You probably have an extra state entered in Screen 1. I would start there first. Just delete the state from Screen 1. 


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Thank you for getting back to me. I would double check on screen 1 Client Information>Returns that SC is not listed, REP the return as it is possible since SC was added that Lacerte would still ask for a REP, but not charge for it because you have unlimited Federal. If there are any issues please let me know, and if for any reason you see a charge, we will be able to credit this. 

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