Scholarship in excess of tuition is added to the wages line of your tax return. If the scholarship is for a year other than 2016, you should indicate that in the program. If you have nothing in box 1 or box 2, that is likely the case.
Did you receive the scholarship in 2016 for tuition that was reported on last year's 1098-T?
If so, you can either:
-Delete the 1098-T. Going through these screens is pointless.
- Get to the screen inside the Education section labelled Here's Your Education Summary
- Click edit next to Scholarships/Grants
- continue to the question Did X's Aid Include Amounts Not Awarded for 2016 Expenses?
- Say Yes and enter the Box 5 amount since it applies to what was on your 1098-T last year
You won't be taxed on the scholarship if it is matched against tuition that was on 2015's 1098-T. There's really no point in entering the 1098-T, as you are not eligible for a credit when you have no 1098-T expenses.