My edition took me to the "Interview method". How do I find the "Forms Method"?

I have used Turbo tax for many years but it was on a PC.   I prefer the "Forms Method".   After I downloaded the online edition on my new Mac, it did not seem to give me a choice as b/t interview and forms.  I can find nothing to warn me that I would face that restriction.   I would prefer a CD in any event.   Will a CD allow me the "forms method" and if so where can I buy it? Will the online edition allow me the forms method; if so, how do I access it?

I looked at the q&A's below and they seem unanimous that there is no forms method in the Online edition but the follow up question:"Where can i get forms method : is not answered.

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