I forgot to file form 1098-T for the year 2010 , am i able to file it in this years income tax?

how would i go about filing my 1098-T form for 2010 on 2011 taxes?
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    The 1098-T for 2010 is only to use in that tax year. Because the American Opportunity Credit is refundable, you may be able to get a refund, even if you didn't have income in 2010.

    Although TurboTax Online 2010 is no longer available, you can still order the TurboTax CD or downloadable software to prepare your 2010 tax return. Here is the address: http://turbotax.intuit.com/personal-taxes/past-years-products.jsp

    You'll need to install the software on your computer.

    After completing your 2010 return, print and mail it – the IRS has shut down e-filing for tax year 2010.

    If you're expecting a refund on your 2010 tax return, you have until April 15, 2014 to file your 2010 return and claim your refund. After that, unclaimed 2010 tax refunds are kept by the U.S. Treasury.
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