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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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The judge orders the federal government to ensure that the e-copy of Holy Quran, duly approved by the Quran Board, is available at Google Play Store, App Store and Windows Store etc., for reference.
'We were appalled to behold two versions of the book emerging, the e-copy with a two hundred and fifty four (254) pages and the original with one hundred and Ninety four (194) pages.
Moreover, an e-copy can be more easily stored by shareholders together with quick search options.
Publishers have estimated that an illegal e-copy of every printed book turns up on the Web a week or so after the book goes into print.
As the need for management and streamlining of Document Flow in organisation becomes a necessity, MPS offers a host of solutions like e-copy pdf pro, therefore through intelligent printing devices that allow companies to create, modify, transfer documents and collaborate in a more cost -effective manner.
The EDB will issue the full report later this month, and an e-copy will then be available on its website www.bahrainedb.com.
Although plans are being made to publish the 150-page book in hardback, it is currently only being sold as an e-copy and can be downloaded from Amazon for pounds 1.61.
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.co.uk