printout paper

printout paper

[′print‚au̇t ‚pā·pər]
(graphic arts)
A paper used to make prints by light alone, without any processing involved; it has a reddish color, is often used as a proof, and can be made permanent by toning.
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No high-tech hacking was required - it was stored on printout paper taken from a hotel room.
This could be newspaper, computer printout paper or the precut brown industry paper sectioned so each sheet accurately fits the mold pot.
Computer paper (green bar type) Computer printout paper White ledger (letterhead, photocopy, typing paper) Colored ledger Envelopes, white or tinted (without plastic windows) Assorted forms Tab, recipe, and flash cards Adding machine tapes Junk mail (not on shiny paper)
The entry should also include the quantity and grade of paper collected such as: old newspapers (ONP), old corrugated containers (OCC), computer printout paper (CPO) and any magazines, used telephone books, etc.
The compact disc -- considered to be the next-generation method for distributing large volumes of data -- would easily be used to analyze the data on a personal computer, eliminating reams of computer printout paper or several mainframe computer tapes while improving management of telecommunications costs, the companies said.
The MCI CD holds roughly 600 megabytes of customer statement data, enough information to fill 120,000 sheets of computer printout paper.