i cannot print my form return

I cannot print the tax return forms????????????????????????????
  • I have tried everything I know to get my tax reture with Turbo to print. I tried the TaxAct version and Bingo..........got it and I have already prepared, make copies, and sent it to IRS.  Turbo you need to make some seriour adjustment to your free  version. Sorry!
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Have you paid yet?  To print or efile in the online version you have to pay the Turbo Tax fees first.
  • I did pay it still won't let me print out
  • I have paid too and cannot print please help
  • I too have paid. Program just goes to "preparing form" and never stops.
  • I used the free version--isn't it free to print?
    It goes to processing and it never stops
  • I had the same problem. Try "saving" it first then go back in and print it.  This is so stupid!!!! Just print the stupid thing!!! Try it!
  • I bought the CD at Costco and I cant print either ...I don't get it ?????????? HELP !!!!!
  • it seems alot of people are having this problem and I don't understand why turbo tax doesn't address it!!!!!!!!..
  • Me too.  I have tried everything that has been suggested, but to no avail.
  • If you are using the Desktop program did you read my answer below?
  • We are all in the same predicament.
  • I had the cost taken out of my refund, but it still says I have to pay before I can print...
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How and to whom do I pay?
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    This year is different to print.  You have to click on Preview Print Copy and then it opens like a pdf file.  Then goto FILE-PRINT.
    • I have tried this technique, but still end up with a preview or document produced in computer programming code.
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