Traditional vs. Fill-In Forms
Two different types of tax forms are available: the traditional form and a "fill-in" form.
Traditional: To complete the traditional form, you must first print the form and then write or type the required information on the form.
Fill-In: Fill-in forms are completed
by use of the computer. Fill-in forms that are the size of a full-page
form are completed by downloading the form to your computer, entering
the required information, and then printing the completed form. Fill-in
forms that are the size of a coupon are completed by entering the
required information on an entry screen. After clicking the "Next"
button, this information is transferred to the form along with a scan
line, which is located in the bottom left hand corner. This scan line
allows the Department to efficiently process your return.
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