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hard copy in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhard copyˈhard ˌcopy noun [countable, uncountable]  TDinformation from a computer that is printed out onto paper, or the printed papers themselves
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hard copyA hard copy map of their course was spread out over the console before him.Note that modules can only be hard copied if they are online and can not be nominated for hard copy individually.Producing several hundred pages of hard copy with a desk-top computer and printer would be a long and tedious business.Two other companies believed libraries could be useful on occasion, particularly in supplying statistics and other hard copy.Remember to proofread on the hard copy, not on the computer.The hard copy volume is deleted from the hard copy directory regardless of whether it has been accepted or rejected.During this period concordances to many major works of literature were produced by computer, but published in traditional hard copy.Or maybe because you get a new perspective with hard copy.