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e-copy

(Electronic-copy) A paper document that has been scanned and converted to a computer file, typically Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF (see DOC file and PDF).
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In late last month, an e-copy of a book by Francysk Skaryna was delivered from Cambridge to the National Library of Belarus with the help of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Belarusian Embassy in Britain.
Readers can get a free e-copy of "Heggy, Peggy and Meggy" the first of the eightbook series about three colourful and naughty witches by emailing Craig: craig@lifechiropractic.
Upon release of payment, an e-copy of the draft is e-mailed to the CM.
Using networked digital copying machines, eCopy provides a simple, low-cost way to convert a paper document into an electronic form -- an e-copy.
Pre-installed online e-center suite of services include an e-copy center that lets you print and bind important documents and presentations and deliver them anywhere in the U.
For an e-copy of The 2011 Census of Women Directors and Executive Officers of Massachusetts Public Companies, please visit www.
For a free e-copy of the 35th Anniversary edition of the Black Box Catalog or any other Black Box publication, go to http://www.
Emerging digital delivery services such as e-Copy and second session, which are supplementary digital versions of physical DVDs purchased at retail stores, and online downloads will work across CinemaNow's entire ecosystem of compatible consumer electronic devices including PCs, portable media players (PMP), digital television sets (DTV), set top boxes (STB), and network attached storage (NAS) devices from manufacturers such as Archos, Dish Network, HP, and Samsung.
In fact, retailers could charge an additional $2 for DVDs that include a portable e-copy of the movie for use on other devices.