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according to my taxcycle I am current to the last update. Please help
Use Windows Explorer (or File Manager, or whatever). Open the folder where you saved the 2021 T3 file from TaxCycle. Select the file. Hit F2 or right-click and choose “Rename”. Use the cursor keys to move to the right end of the filename “xxxx.2021T3”. Change the 2021 to 2022. Hit Enter.
I think in Monica’s situation, she has her file manager set to not display file extensions - I’m guessing she only sees the file name.
So … in your file manager, go to VIEW => OPTIONS menu, and click on the “Change Folder and Search Options”. In the new dialogue box that opens, click the VIEW tab. Then scroll down and UNCHECK the option to “Hide extensions for known file types”.
Once you apply this change, you will be able to see the file extensions and make your changes as specified in @Nezzer’s comment.