Editing Misplaced EntriesThis figure contains two separate examples, which are listed as 1a and 1b.Figure 3.11.3-1a shows how to edit a misplaced entry when the meaning of a T- line has been changed. The income portion of Form 1040 is shown. The taxpayer has changed the meaning of line 8 by lining through Other Income. and adding Child Support received. Dollar amount 3600.00 has been entered by the taxpayer. An X is edited by the tax examiner to delete this entry.Line 1 contains dollar amount 13,026.69Line 2b contains dollar amount 45.13.Line 8 contains dollar amount 3,600Line 9 contains dollar amount of 16671.82Figure 3.11.3-1b shows how to edit a misplaced entry when the T- line entry is misplaced. The income portion of page one of Form 1040 is shown.Line 1 contains dollar amount 27061.Line 8 contains dollar amount 27061, a red x has been edited to the left of the amount.Line 9 contains dollar amount 27061 in red, edited by the tax examiner.The taxpayer has totaled entries to line 8 when the total should have been placed on line 9. A red X is edited by the tax examiner the left of the dollar amount on line 8. Dollar amount 27061 is edited to the correct line 9. A misplaced entry can also be moved by using an arrow. A statement under the figure states: A misplaced entry can also be moved by using an arrow. See Figure 3.11.3-3a.