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Suppressing the 1099 form using Adobe Forms

We are configuring 1099's for this tax year. We are on version 6.0 using the Extended Withholding Tax configuration and want to use Adobe Forms. We have implemented the Note for 2013 1099's, 1949022, which I believe is the note for Adobe Forms.

Is there a way to suppress the printing of the actual 1099 form (not the data) using the Adobe Forms. I had read someplace that SAP delivered the 1099 format with and withhout the form but I did not find that to be correct. IDWTCERT_US_1099MISC1 prints 2 1099's on a page for a single vendor and IDWTCERT_US_1099MISC prints one 1099 for a single vendor.

I want to be able to print something other than copy B on a preprinted form.

Thank you

Cindy Collins

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2013 at 01:41 PM

    Dear Cindy,

    the is to go to IMG (spro transaction) --> Define Output Groups and
    customize Yours accordingly. You have to go into the printout frame and change the forrm type from Samrtforms to Abobe forms.

    I hope this can help.

    Mauri

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  • Posted on Dec 06, 2013 at 06:30 PM

    Hi Cindy,

    I think I did not right understand your request, but check whether note 1635493 can help you.

    Regards,

    Cristiano.

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2013 at 08:27 PM

    I checked the note suggested by Cristiano. The resolution is uploading the latest forms. My problem is the when I print 1099's, I want the data (name, amounts, tax id) to print but I do not want the IRS 1099 Form B to print (suppressing the form).

    Thank you

    Cindy

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