Hard Copy


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Hard Copy

A physical document containing information. For example, a printed paper of a spreadsheet is a hard copy, while the same spreadsheet saved to a flash drive is not.
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pdf) format, whereas those in the hard copy groups received a printed version of the same material.
70), with the hard copy leading to a slightly higher recall score than electronic copy and electronic copy leading to a much higher score than control.
Looking across both experiments, it is clear that electronic and hard copy modes of presentation lead to recall performance on both text and numerical information that are much superior to that of control conditions.
These imaging systems are very expensive, and most of my clients were not willing to make the investment until they were certain they could throw their hard copy away," said Marshall.
electronically imaging hard copy documents to an electronic storage media; or 2.
The general requirements are that an electronic storage system must ensure an accurate and complete transfer of the hard copy or computerized books and records to an electronic storage media, and the system must also index, store, preserve, retrieve and reproduce the electronically stored books and records.
A computerized recordkeeping system does not relieve a business from the responsibility of retaining hard copy records, although Rev.
I feel sorry for the mother,'' he told Hard Copy correspondent Diane Diamond during an interview in the Santa Clara County jail.
Hard Copy spokesman Gary Rosen said Davis was not paid for the interview, although an undisclosed amount of money was paid for the rights to the footage and still photos.