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(computer science) matter that is held in a computer and is typed or printed on paper

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2003) cited above reported no difference between electronic and hard copy presentation modes since the text passages for these studies were the same for both electronic and hard copy conditions.
Ensure an accurate and complete transfer, indexation, storage, preservation, retrieval and reproduction of the hard Copy or computerized books and records;
The documented proceedings of these meetings are captured and made available to the international community both in hard copy and as a special section electronically through our internet homepage.
The IAS provides detailed coverage of the entire hard copy industry, from low-end ink jet and laser printers to digital copiers and high-end production printing devices.
The typed hard copy must be double spaced with a word count of between 2000 and 3000 words; the paper must be computer-generated on either a Mac or a PC.
No one made him go on Hard Copy or Canadian TV," he said.
Notice 96-6 is intended to significantly reduce recordkeeping burdens by allowing companies that comply with the proposal to destroy hard copy documents.
If desired, a hard copy can be created for future review by a state licensure board or JCAHO.
They may then choose a desired date range from an onscreen calendar, and in less than 60 seconds, receive a comprehensive hard copy summary of all reported incidents occurring within an association's geographic boundaries.
Without shelving to house hard copy, there would be no place to put books, journals, documents, and other artifacts of the print world.
It sits inside a 4-x-7 inch envelope immediately in front of the hard copy.