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printout

a printed copy of information produced by a computer's printer.
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Finally, examining further the qualitative differences between an electronic record and its paper counterpart, the Appeals Court found that for e-mail the plaintiffs identified no metadata that was absent from extant paper printouts.
For one thing, a wide carriage printer is needed for some of the printouts.
FotoSlate(TM) has specific print templates that allow captions to be added in the image printout, so users can include technical or personal information.
The 1993 core Armstrong holding was that electronic versions of e-mail, as compared with hard-copy printouts required to be maintained under existing policies, contain "qualitatively different" information of "tremendous historical value in demonstrating .
It is surprising how many printouts from spreadsheets contain rounding errors.
Printouts of changes in duties are read and signed by all appropriate staff.
The printouts also show the longest time it took to make steam pressure.
AT&T has been recycling high-grade papers (such as computer printouts and white bond paper) for more than 25 years.
By building a database of unique voucher IDs, the number of daily printouts - as well as their conversion in pharmacies - was controlled and measured.
Auditors learned, however, that the agency failed to make printouts of the daily prices and there was no way to backtrack to determine if the city was being charged correctly.
For example, a review of the printouts from a recently installed Heat Computer at an Adbar Realty building a water leak of about 800 gallons a day from an underground return line.
Quarterly and monthly constant-dollar manufacturing and trade inventories, sales, and inventory-sales ratios for 1967-92, as well as constant-dollar manufacturing inventories by stage of fabrication, are available on printouts, diskette, and computer tape.