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A PDF (short for Portable Document Format) is a common type of file that displays documents as they will appear when printed. Even if the document contains complex forms and tables, the PDF will look the same when viewed or printed from any computer, regardless of which software program originally created it.

With TaxAct®, the final copy of your return can be viewed, saved, and printed as a PDF file. This allows you to safely and conveniently access, back up, or move your completed return at any time. It also ensures that your return will look exactly as the IRS intended.

To view and print the PDF of your return, you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader or similar software that can read PDF files. Double-clicking any PDF file will open the document automatically in the reader. When viewing your return, you can print by clicking the printer icon. To save your return, click File, then click Save.


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