Yes, on a computer, no I don't print until I need to. I never make corrections, unless it is spelling. I have no process.
Sometimes I write on paper and sometimes I write on the computer. I usually "dump" out all of my writing that I've kept mulling around in my head for however long, then I go back and edit. If I have an instant idea, I write it on whatever is available, a 3X5 card or postit, napkin... I stop and start a lot because I have a short attention span.
I'm very tactile so I write alot with a pen and paper. I'm more prolific on the computer since I can get ideas out faster. I edit and correct on the computer. Often with poetry or a piece for marketing, I write it and that's it, no editing, no "correcting".
I love pen and paper writing, but it is inefficient when it comes to editing. I am a compulsive editor of my own work, so I need to be able to do it easily. So, I do everything on the computer. I don't print as often as I should, but I do back up to an memory card.
I do everything on the computer, and rarely print unless someone wants a copy of my work.
I use a computer... I plan big-picture on paper... I make lots of lists on index cards... I edit after some time has passed and the words aren't so near and dear as when they are first new.
I may jolt down a few ideas on paper if computer is inaccessible, but I am very used to use computer for almost all my writing needs. It is easy to correct, add and edit - I love it. It was a little bit of a tough transition for me to start using computer for my writing needs but I got it down.
Textbook material is written on a computer.
Hand drafts are used when the work will be excessively visual, with lots of visual aids. And when the content is from a certain deep place within. Later it is typed. But that is a technical process, not creative.
I write with pen on paper, then type, and make corrections on typed material on a word
process program. I always print my work for back-up and reading later.
I write on the computer. I print per chapter or section and edit on paper. I do one draft of the book and then the final version.
Initially I write in a soft back notebook (which I carry everywhere with me, just incase there's an unexpected moment of inspiration). This way if I have an idea, I can quickly scribble down notes so I don't forget all the details. I also try to write up must things in there in pencil, so if I want to edit something, it can easily be erased. But then I usually type them on my trusty lap top. (:
I generally write on a computer, but when I am traveling I bring a sprial notebook with me to write. I also try to keep a notepad handy when I am walking or in the car, and there have been many occasions when I've written ideas for a story or a song while lying in bed. You never know when an idea will come.
My preliminary notes are scribbled on foolscap. When I feel I have all I need I work with the computer. I correct on the computer, perhaps over several days, 'saving' each stage until completion when it is filed away for future use.
I write on a computer only because I learnt typing and I can type fast meeting the speed of my thoughts and imaginations to some extent. It is not possible on paper. I do not print frequently. I correct on my computer itself. It is easy and can be done faster compared to the work on a paper. It saves a lot of time and energy for me. I use computer in the best way possible to write something fast, process it fast and email or post it where required or demanded. Computer and Internet eased the work of writers.
I write my short stories, essays and poetry on paper, while my novel work is usually done on a computer (although I insist to always have at least a small portion of my work hand-written. I correct my mistakes while I write, and although I do not print frequently, I make many copies and back-ups of my larger works so as not to lose them.