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One wonders what you have to print these days. File electronically, and save the PDFs on backed up storage. I haven’t printed anything from TurboTax in many years.

I do file electronically, and I do save my tax returns electronically, both by keeping all my returns on the machine where they were generated, as well as backing everything up on removable external hard drives. But having backup media, like my Exabyte tape drives, no longer supported by Windows, and various other backup media no longer supported by any hardware, I have come to realize that paper copies are the way to go.

I have been around long enough to have used IBM 7-track tapes, IBM 9-track tapes, DECtape, floppy discs, IOmega zip disks, CD-ROM disks, DVD-R discs, ..., ...
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