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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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The depth and quality of the available electronic and hard-copy tax libraries.
Generally, the procedures for documenting CD-ROM research are the same as those for hard-copy research.
Upon proof of identity and physician authorization, the patient may then view the same data or generate the same hard-copy report that the physician files in his office chart.
For individual readers, netLibrary offers services beyond what is possible with hard-copy books.
Xerox is transforming copiers, printers, and fax machines into document portals to the Internet, forming a seamless bridge between the hard-copy and digital worlds.
Through active participation in simulated case studies, users are able to apply professional skills by performing tasks, asking questions of on-screen experts, and receiving hard-copy print-outs of their completed work.
Formerly, users required one or more slower inkjet or raster printers to accommodate the workload of original print requests, a stand-alone copier for reproducing document sets and hard-copy originals, and a stand-alone scanner for digitizing hard-copy originals.
Designers, purchasing agents and repair personnel in virtually every electronic industry rely on our hard-copy and DOS-based CD-ROM libraries," said Tom Littman, vice president of D.