Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Taxes. Ugh!

Uncle Sam Tax Collection

I finished my taxes yesterday. Then I ran into a printing problem; i.e., some crucial boxes and lines weren't printing. I fiddled and messed around with it, then uninstalled and reinstalled the thing. Only then did I remember that I had the same problem last year and ended up printing the forms from work. Of course, this year, I don't have a work printer. Then a lightbulb went off in what's left of my brain -- since the printing problem only developed when I went to Windows 7, I wondered what would happen if I tried printing from an old computer. I got out an old computer running on Vista, hooked the printer up to it, logged in to my tax account and, voilĂ , it printed flawlessly. Score one for me -- which, trust me, doesn't happen all that often any more.

It's very warm today and the snow is mostly gone.

Happy Hump Day!


G-Man said...

Your a Computer Genius Sherry!!

Serena said...

Good grief, Mr. G -- if I'm a genius, I'd hate to see the jams I'd get myself into if I were an idiot.:-)

puerileuwaite said...

I always use Windows 95 to do my taxes because I pay less, that way.

Serena said...

Oh, hell, Pugsley; I lose again. I haven't seen Windows 95 since about 1998.;)

Anonymous said...


steal a couple
hundred mil and pay none


× × ×


Serena said...

Shoot, I should have been a banker, huh, /t.?;)

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