The printed version of any document created using a computer programme, such as a Word-processor. We used to refer to these as papers, pamphlets and books.
A proof on paper or other substrate as distinguished from a soft proof, which is an image on a VDT, screen.
The final, typeset, proofed and approved text (copy) used in a job for print.
The output from your computer printer. Dot-gain! Don't forget the dot-gain
Printed, etc., output on paper.
Printed images or information. See also soft copy.
information on paper as opposed to a CRT or diskette.
A 100% (preferred) scale printed copy of the job from a laser or color printer.
A printed copy of something from a computer., e.g. a print out of a web page
Typewritten copy or computer printout of digital data. Used to check for errors in typesetting, for example.
Refers to a document printed on paper, rather than saved in "soft" form on a disk or displayed on a screen.
Output of text and/or images onto paper. It is also possible to consider output to media such as film as hard copy.
All forms of physical documentation (as opposed to electronic documentation that is displayed on a screen). Typical forms of hard copy include printed user guides, laminated "cheat sheets", wall charts and reference documents.
The printed output of a document or image on paper or film
Printed computer output, differing from the data stored on disk or in memory.
Any machine copy readable on paper or film as opposed to on a computer monitor.
printed copy of machine or computer output
text that is printed on paper, as opposed to text that is displayed on the CRT.
A printed copy of computer output in a readable form, such as reports, checks, or plotted graphs.
Data in paper form.
A print out of the manuscript. Imprint- The name of the publishing company on the title page.
The output from a printer or plotter, usually onto paper. The opposite of soft copy.
A printout of a computer file; a printed version of anything.
text that is typed or printed on paper; "he ran off a hard copy of the report"
Output from a printer to paper.
a paper copy of information that has been generated by a computer.
1. Printed record on paper or card, to be distinguished from a MICROFORM or computer record. 2. A printed copy of machine output.
The permanent visual record of the output of a computer. It is the same as "laser copy" today. It used to be referred to as camera copy. [Back
Printed copy of the contents of a computer file.
A printed copy of some kind of information (as opposed to an electronic version).
Copy that is printed out on paper, as opposed to its being a file held digitally on disk, screen or in memory.
When a document is held on a computer, a hard copy can be rinted out.
A printed document or copy of an image that's stored on computer
Any output from a machine that is readable copy on paper.
A printout of the manuscript.
Any page, document, publication, or other data that exists as some kind of output, be it on paper, film, etc., rather than as an item on a computer display or soft copy.
Printed copy of a record that can be read without use of mechanical assistance (ARMA International).
A printed rendition of what the final artwork should look like. Many printers require a hard copy to accompany a submitted disk so their pre-press operators will have something to follow.
A printed copy, normally used to check for errors against an electronic document.
The output from a computer printer, as opposed to soft copy.
The printed output of a computer program.
a paper version of information on the screen
a printed copy of machine (usually computer) output, in human-readable form (Compare with: soft copy).
Recorded information copied from a computer onto paper or some other durable surface, such as microfilm. To be distinguished from a temporary image an a display screen and from the electronic information an a magnetic tape or disk(ette) or in the computer's main memory.
Printed versions of the manuscript (as opposed to electronic copy on disk).
Printed copy of a document as distinct from the digital copy held on the computer
Printed text, as opposed to text that is available only as a computer file.
If someone asks for a hard copy of an electronic document, they mean a printed (i.e. paper) copy.
Paper or linograph originals
Information in a readable form on paper. Printed copy.
A hard copy is a printed version of your computer document. Printing services often request a hard copy along with your disk so that they have a clear visual record of what the final output should look like.
A copy of the layout that is readable without the use of the computer (usually a printout of the file.)
An analog image of a map or diagram (e.g., a paper map produced by a printer or plotter) generated from a digital data set.
Usually hard copy means paper, but presumably can mean any printed computer output, such as microfilm.
Typed or printed manuscript copy, as compared to copy recorded on computer disks.
The output of a computer printer, or typed text sent for typesetting.
A document, usually on paper, that can be read with the unaided eye.
This refers to information printed out on paper as compared to in electronic format.
A paper copy of the enlarged microfilm image.
This refers to information printed out on paper, as contrasted to information stored in electronic formats.
An actual printed paper copy of a computer document. A soft copy exists only on a computer monitor.
output: The printed version of what you have in the computer.
data printed on paper, in human-readable form, usually by a computer. Compare with soft copy, which is an image on a computer screen.
The permanent visual record of the output of a computer or printer. ()
Refers to printing out a paper copy of a computer document on a printer.
Printed version of an electronic or microform document, graphic, and so on.
Output in permanent, physical form. Examples include film, plate material, proofs, and documents printed on paper or other substrates. See soft copy.
Copy on paper, as opposed to on electronic storage.
It's not like "words etched in stone!" This is a "printed" copy of whatever page you have decided to print from your computer. It is very important that you keep a "hard copy" of any threats or inappropriate e-mail or instant messages that are sent to you, since once your computer is turned off, they are sometimes permanently gone from your computer.
A printed copy of your digital files.
Information printed in some permanent form; information printed on paper.
A printout of a document, image or any data
A print out of information stored electronically on a computer.
printed output from a computer that can be taken away and studied.
The printed output from a computer.
a synonym for "print out" or copy printed on paper.
A paper copy of a transaction.
Computer output printed on paper.
A printed copy of some data. WWWebfx Home Page
A printout on paper.
Printed material in paper.
a book, or printed copy not in electronic format
the traditional published form of a literary composition printed on paper such as a book or periodical in contrast to the electronic ( full-text) version of the same material.
Output from printer to printed page.
a printed or written document on film or paper.
A paper copy of a document from the Website.
printed paper or film copy of machine output in a visually readable form such as printed reports listings, graphs, drawings, maps or summaries.
A paper printout of what you have prepared on the computer. Hard disc stores vast amounts of data. It is usually inside the computer but can be a separate peripheral on the outside. Hard discs are made up of several rigid coated metal discs.
1. A document made using durable media, in human-readable form. - 2. A printout. (2)
The paper copy of a computer generated document, the soft copy being that which is held electronically.
printed (paper) output from a computer as opposed to the ‘soft’ copy stored on the computer.
A printed paper copy of output in readable form. It is also a transparency film or photograph of an image displayed on the monitor.
A printed (computer) report, message, or special listing.
Printout on good old-fashioned paper.
A paper print out of a file from a disk. Usually required from customers who are providing their own key strokes on a disk.
Refers to a print or proof, as opposes to viewing on a monitor.
A readable printed copy of computer output. (Contrast with soft copy.)
Refers to documents and records in paper and any other non-electronic format, for example, microfilm, video cassettes and sound cassettes in analogue form.
A printed copy of machine output in a visually readable form such as printed reports, listings, documents, and summaries.
Hard Copy was a tabloid news television show that ran in syndication from 1989 to 1999. Hard Copy was aggressive in its use of questionable material on television, including gratuitous violence. Entertainment Tonight and Hard Copy are both produced by Paramount Television, now called CBS Paramount Television.