1) Do I have to re-submit all the previous forms submitted with my 1040 with the 1040X or just the form required for the information from the Schedule K-1.
You only are required to submit the forms that changed when you redid your return for the omitted items; but often it is just as easy to submit an entire return and mark it something like: "Statement for 1040X, as amended" since most software will print the entire return more easily than just some forms. You are also sure to avoid missing a form that should have been sent using that method.
2)Do I submit a Form 4797 or a Schedule D?
Perhaps, but only if there were items on the 2008 Form 1065 (Schedule K-1)
that would require the form, such as lines 8,9 or 10.
3) I used tax slayer for preparing my taxes and it gives me a series of check boxes:This K-1 is from a Passive Entity, There is an amount on line 2 of the K-1 and this is a NonPassive Entity and you Materially Participate, There is an amount on line 2 of the K-1 and you Actively Participate, All Investment is At-Risk, Entire Interest in Investment has been disposed, K-1 is from a Publicly Traded Partnership (PTP). I checked the last item as that was what was checked on the schedule K-1. Do I check the investment option too as that is what this was?
Yes, all of your investment is at risk from the type of investment you have described so check that box as well.
4) Do I have to resubmit my tax info to Wisconsin too?
Wthout recomputing the state return after adding in the inadvertently omitted K-1 it is impossible to know whether or not any change would happen on that return.
If you did have any item that changed your tax due to Wisconsin you should, at least technically, amend that return as well. However, you would not be the first person that has decided that the pain and effort is not worth doing what you should for sending in an amended return. There is information sharing between state and federal tax authorities; but some tapayers would rather not go to the trouble of amending for minor differences in tax. There is the potential of interest and penalty on any amount not paid by the due date; but those amounts can be quite small when the tax difference is small.
I am not familiar with Taxslayer; but many online prgrams have the ability to compute and print an amended return; so that may be worth looking into or asking techinical support of that program what is available.