You don't - If you know that your house sold for less than the exclusion amount and you qualify for the exclusion, there is no need to report the sale at all, unless you received form 1099-S for it. Only if you have 1099-S, you would have to upgrade to Premier, as this is the version that handles such sales... regardless how much the net profit is.
If you lived and owned your home for at least two years in the 5 year period on the date of sale - you don't have to report the on your tax return- if your gain is less than $250,000 if filing Single (and $500,000 for married filing jointly both spouses must live and own the home for 2 years).
If your gain is larger than the amounts above (or received 1099-S) you must report the sale:
- Wages and Income
- Select Less Common Income
- Select Sale of Home