Turbotax - Undocumented calculation

In the process of preparing my Georgia 2005 return, I discovered that Turbotax doesn't include all calculations in the "printed copy for my records" (even when I printed all worksheets and details). The Georgia
return starts with income and deductions from the federal return and then adds or subtracts to fit in with Georgia law. Specifically, in 2004 Georgia allowed me to deduct Georgia income tax but not sales tax. As I had used sales tax on my 2004 1040 Schedule 8, Turbotax state 2004 did the appropriate calculation to subtract the sales tax and add the Georgia income tax.
I had to run the 2004 Turbotax program to see what was going on. On screen, the calculation showed up on the Georgia 500 form. On anything printed it didn't show up. The onscreen version of the form had several additional lines that were not on the printed form! It was also strange that the calculation showed up on the main Georgia return form as opposed to on the statement of additions and subtractions from the Federal deductions.
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