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how to deal with K-1 in TurboTax?


I traded an ETF in 2009 and received a K-1 Form 1065. The gain on those shares was also reported through my brokerage statement (which I downloaded into turbotax directly from the brokerage site).
So, do I need to go in and delete that specific sale from Schedule D after entering the K-1 information? On the screen for "Enter Sales Prices" for the K-1, do I just enter the information from my stock transactions?
Thanks, Anoop
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