W2’s are showing up as 4 part and not 3 part on Intuit Online Payroll. I have chosen the correct form in set up but it keeps appearing incorrectly. How do I fix this?

Not sure if it is a glitch or what but I need it to show up as 3 part perforated forms. 


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Hi there, mwoods.

The option to print the W2's into three parts is only available in QuickBooks Desktop Payroll. Since Intuit Online Payroll provides you with four parts, you might want to purchase a perforated paper from us to print your W2 tax form.

Just check out this article on how to buy one: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1438816.

Let me know if you have more questions. Just leave a comment below and I'll be sure to answer them. 

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