User Interfaces vary. Too many programmers, not consistent.

Why is this latest version of TT using such inconsistent user input interfaces?  Example:  In the Interview portion you are asked several Yes/No questions, most of which are Radio Buttons, but there are some new drop down Yes/No boxes instead.  Why  change user interface methods in the middle? 

Why does the order of instructions for printing the Product Registration say:  "You can now  close your browser...."  THEN it adds:  "We recommend that you print..."  Too late if you have already closed it.  Why not put it in proper order:  Print, then Close?  Sure TT is a technical product that tries to do its best at its assigned job which is Tax Filing.  But keep a consistent, logical user interface.  Don't just scab new stuff in without  following past practices.


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