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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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DAPMIS began in late 1999, using bar-coding of hard-copy photos to help keep track of photos.
netLibrary's advanced security technology insures that the copyright of eBooks is as good or better than hard-copy books.
For service bureaus and other companies in the business of compiling hard-copy catalogs for others, Catalog Builder provides the opportunity to develop new service offerings and additional revenue streams.
The irony is that, while electronics are threatening to chase print-on-paper out of some facilities, hard-copy publications are still proliferating.
However, no public action is required, and no hard-copy backups of phone notifications are transmitted.
Hard-copy media releases prepared for electronic- and print-media reporters are transmitted via the switch to a dozen and a half locations.
* Most editing respondents used both hard-copy and electronic editing, alternately or together.
* Peer-editing writers had the highest proportion of hard-copy loyalists, whereas writer-editors had the highest proportion using electronic methods as their primary edit mode.
* Original hard-copy records may be converted to alternative storage media such as microfilm, microfiche or various "storage-only imaging systems," provided that certain standards regarding access, readability, and integrity are met.
In October 1995, Part I of this article examined the benefits of CD-ROM tax research versus hard-copy research and discussed planning a research strategy, selecting the appropriate database(s), search terms and connectors, and constructing keyword search terms.
By selecting this option, users can obtain a hard-copy of the selected detailed records.