EDIT NOTE 1/19/2015:
The original answer below is for last year 's 2013 return, and does not apply to 2014 product. When searching the forum, be careful you pay attention to the year the answer was for, since things change year to year.
Here's the 2014 method for changing editions:
You can talk to TT Customer Support and ask for the downgrade.
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