dysantigraphia

dys·an·ti·graph·i·a

(dis'an-ti-graf'ē-ă),
A form of agraphia in which the patient is unable to copy written or printed matter.
[dys- + G. antigraphō, to write back]

dysantigraphia

(dĭs″ăn-tĭ-grăf′ē-ă) [″ + anti, against, + graphein, to write]
Inability to copy writing or printed letters.