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When entering supplemental information to a partner or shareholder K-1, how do I control how it is formatted?

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I need to enter supplemental information to each partner's schedule K-1.  With PTO, I cannot even enter a space between paragraphs.  How do I format this information to display and print as I need them to.  How do I even enter a simple space between paragraphs?

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I just write See attached Statement...and manually prepare a statement.  Why additing a text editor is so difficult is beyond me, but its not just PTO...ever tax program I have ever used made this extraordinarily difficult.

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I just write See attached Statement...and manually prepare a statement.  Why additing a text editor is so difficult is beyond me, but its not just PTO...ever tax program I have ever used made this extraordinarily difficult.

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Lacerte made this fairly simple, but this problem with PTO is disappointing.  I guess manually prepared statements are my only choice.  
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Unfortunately, this is just a run-on.  You can't force a new line or carriage return in any way, using any code.

If you don't mind doing things the manual way, you can use the space bar to feed enough blank space to force something onto the next line but it's a trial and error, so probably not what you're looking for.

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