print member

print member

[′print ‚mem·bər]
(computer science)
The part of a computer printer that determines the form of a printed character, such as a print wheel or type bar.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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7) The blue box will also give you the option to "Print Member ID Card" if you desire.
This shaded box will also give the option to "Print Member ID Card" should your need to do so.
Each member would pay an annual fee (to be agreed upon) for electronic access to the journal (print member subscriptions could also be considered).
The membership cards can also be printed at any point during an individual's membership period on the ANA website by logging into the MembersOnly section at www.nursingworld.org and clicking on "Print Member ID Card".
It means that E members will now pay PS7 a year instead of PS14, whilst those who become traditional print members will pay PS15 instead of PS22.
Complete Data Products, a Troy, Mich.-based firm that began supplying equipment for back office operations in 1986, has a program that enables a teller to either print members a receipt or to send them one to their email or as a text message to their mobile phones.
Despite any losses of print members, the wire service isn't standing still: last week it launched two new efforts to bring in new revenue streams.
And in Providence, while about 15 online workers are now part of the union, the Providence Newspaper Guild is fighting on behalf of its print members whom it says were asked to take on new duties of recording sound and video for the Journal's Web site, projo.com -- duties that hadn't been negotiated with the union.
The professional seminar organized by NCEW's Broadcast Committee drew more print members than broadcast members .
Of special interest to the print members of NCEW may be Ric Bohy's on-air commentary.