How to File 1099-G Form California?

How and where do I enter Form 1099-G (California)? It says 2011 1099-G but the tax year in box 2 says 2010. I did not receive any unemployment in any of these years. What is this form from and where do I submit this on my 2011 Tax Return?
    That is probably for a state tax refund you got in 2011 on your 2010 return.  A state tax refund may or may not be taxable.  it might already have transferred over from last year. Enter the 1099G under
    Federal Taxes Tab
    Wages & Income
    Choose Explore on my own (if it comes up)
    Then scroll down to Other Common Income
    Then State and Local Tax Refunds,  - Click the Start or Update button.  
    On the first screen check YES - Received a State Refund.

    Enter the amount and continue on and after a couple screens, it will ask you a couple questions to determine if it's taxable.  It may or may not be taxable.  It is taxable if you itemized deductions last year.  If you took the standard deduction it is not taxable.
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