I write on the computer and correct on the computer. But then I print out the manuscript for my "editors" whose input I want. They make changes on paper and then I make the changes on the computer.
Many forms of manageable communication.
I have two Dell Laptops and a Mac i-Book that I work on. I have a printer and mostly use that for the business side of writing or to print out resources or interesting articles I come across in regards to freelancing.
My process includes writing as much as I can, then going back to edit and spell check. I find that this is the most efficient way to write.
I write and correct on computer, I save my manuscript to flash drive and carry it with me everywhere.
I have been on a computer since 1976... an $18,000 Xerox dedicated word processor. I love to lean into the screen and savor the writing/editing experience. Hate the nose prints.
Usually I'll start out on a notebook and write in cursive, but that's just something I've picked up. It's old fashioned, but it works for me.
I always use a computer word processor now. Usually the Word Perfect program. I don't like to print out pages, and prefer to submit my works to publishers via e-mail (as attachments). I used to use a typewriter and whiteout correction fluid. Very, very messy indeed.
I write on paper, then transfer it on computer. I try to correct on computer, but it doesn't work all the time.
I write on a computer and print one rough draft and then the final draft. I correct chapter by chapter on the computer, usually with the rough draft in front of me.
I write on a computer, I hate paper.
I write on my computer then print it and save a hard copy. If I make corrections, it's corrected on paper and on the computer.
I used tto use a typerwriter. Thank God for computers. I only print when finished with editing and corrections. Then I get a third party to read it and correct it verbally. If they don;t understand something in the story, I can explain and usually it clears it all up, but if it doesn't, I am flexible enough to do it over.
Yes, yes, and yes.
I compose on the computer then print it out and mark up my paper then edit on the computer again then repeat....go to writer's group, repeat, repeat, let it ferment, repeat....
Always write on a computer. Can't read my handwriting anymore (though I used to start with a pen and paper, back in the "olden days"). I try not to print too frequently, because I edit as I go along and its a waste of paper, ink and time. But sometimes I need to see it the story on paper to figure out the structure. It is also helpful in assessing pacing. Sometimes I'll load my work onto an ereader and study it in that format. Anything that changes my view of the work is helpful in editing and writing.