A document that has been scanned, or was originally created on a computer. Documents become more useful when stored electronically because they can be widely distributed instantly, and allow searching. HTML and PDF are well known electronic document formats
See online document.
A book or other document intended to be read on a computer monitor. Electronic documents can make use of special effects not available to conventional printed publications. In addition to full color, animation, sound, and music, e-books and other electronic documents can offer interactivity through the use of hypertext. Web pages comprise one form of electronic documents. See also D-BOOK E-BOOK HYPERTEXT
a digital picture of the original paper document
a document comprising a variety of different types of information presentations that are brought together by an author in order to present a comprehensive scientific argument
A document that can be read or displayed on a computer -- as opposed to a book, which is a paper document. See Part I.
a document that consists of 1s and 0s and requires hardware and software for access. Documents become more useful when stored electronically because they can be widely distributed instantly and allow searching. Best practice for the preservation of electronic document is still underdevelopment. HTML and PDF are well known electronic document formats.
A document that is stored on the computer, instead of printed on paper.
The term "electronic document" means the portion of an electronic submission separately tagged as an individual document in the format required by the EDGAR Filer Manual.
The electronic representation of a document that can be printed.
An electronic document is any electronic media content (other than computer programs or system files) that are intended to be used in their electronic form, without being printed (although printing is usually possible).