I want to add form 982 where is it?

I can not see form 982 and I need to include it.  How do I acccess it on Turbo Tax on line?
    Because of the complexity of the “reduction of tax attribute” rules, TurboTax cannot include Form 982 in the step-by-step interview.


    If you are using the desktop version of TurboTax (download or CD-ROM), then you can access, via Forms Mode, the Cancelled Debt Worksheet for your Form 1099-C. TurboTax will prepare Form 982 based on the Worksheet.


    Form 982 cannot be completed through TurboTax Online.


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