Write on computer. Print only occasionally, but save manuscript by sending it to another computer or family member. Also backup.
I prefer to write long hand and then transcribe it to computer and then work with it. However, in returning to school I have had to create on computer to cut the time. I think I may have taken to the transition rather well. When I want something edited, I give it to my husband. I am sometimes too involved with the characters to see that something needs to be deleted or changed.
Write on a computer, correct on a computer, sub and proof on a computer. I rarely print anything at all. Why pay for paper?
I write on a computer.
I write on a computer. I am constantly stopping and coming back to the project and re-reading what I have written. This helps me find errors, or things I might need, or want to change.
Yes, i do write on computer. I print very often. i correct on the paper as well.
I use the computer exclusively now.
I usually write on the computer, using Microsoft word.
I write on my computer and occasionally will print a few pages I want someone to read. When I have fished with my book or article, I edit a number of times and also use editing software to improve my end product.
I actually prefer to first write on paper. Then I go to computer. Then I print. Then I start over.
I do write on the computer mostly, seeing as how my penmanship is very small and tedious. In other words, it takes me a very long time to write out things, but I can manage either way. To correct a paper I do print it out and then make changes on the computer after editing it. That's my process.
I work on a computer, and every few thousand words or every few days, I email my work to myself so as not to lose it. I also follow this ritual after especially note-worthy prose that I'd be exceptionally distraught to lose. I read aloud what I've just written every few hours, and correct various mistakes as I read. After I am totally done, I have the draft edited by an outside perspective.
I always write on a computer, as holding a pencil or pen is far too physically demanding. Not having a printer narrows my readership potential to "random bored people on the internet". My process involves drinking until the table moves away from me, and I can't find it.
I usually start writing on paper but end up on the computer before I'm half-way done. When I'm done, I step away for about two day and then go back to edit with a fresh mind.
I prefer writing on a paper, revise and check it more than twice, then typing it in the computer to check some more errors.