Yes, I write on a computer, after working it all out in my head first. For my nonfiction work I prefer (strongly) to correct on paper; for fiction I can do my editing onscreen.
I write and edit strictly on word program.
I have to type nine times out of ten, because my hands cramp easily and my brain disconnects from them on a regular basis. I do, however, prefer to print out a hard copy and scribble on it for editing purposes.
I write everything on the computer, but then I'm an accountant and I do everything on the computer. I give everything a couple of edits and rewrites on the computer, and a last one on paper before submitting it to agents or publishers.
Always. I always write on the computer, especially on Author's Den. I used to use a scatch pad but now it's either writing on my Author's Den site on MS Word 7. I print once in a while. I correct my work on the computer.
I write using the PC and Word. I only print when I think I have the column publish ready and I will pick up errors not detected from screen reading. I edit, edit and edit, consequently when it is published the article squeaky tight. I wish I had learned to edit my material before writing Nubbin and Chinaberry.
I use word processing for everything and I often imagine just how some of these guys like Fitzgerald or Hemingway wrote these monstrously epic pieces on a peck-n-punch keyboard...amazing. I save often to my flash drives, but I find the best habit I have is to go back and reread everything written the day before prior to continuing forward. This does two things, one is that it acts as an initial edit (especially if read out loud) and the second thing is it refreshes my train of thought and puts it back on the track it was on when I stopped the last time. There is a third important thing as well in that it also allows me to hear it as a reader and to see if it even makes sense. I try to be my own worst critic whenever I can.
Everything on computer. I have gotten better at saving my work since my computer crashed and I lost one of my best pieces, which I cannot find a hard copy of and is probably lost forever.
I write on a computer. My handwriting is too bad for me to write by hand. I wouldn't be able to read what I wrote! While editing, I print out my work and edit it by hand. I don't think it's effective to edit on a computer screen. That can be very tricky. Authors should print the work out, sit down with it, read it and then revise it. You can catch more things by reading the actual print out than on a computer screen.
I write on computer as fast as I can. I revise every two or three pages on the screen first, then I print and, usually that afternoon or the next afternoon, revise the paper. Then I go back to the previous three (or so) pages, i.e., the day-before-yeaterday's work and re-revise it. Then I revise a section on paper. Then I revise a book on paper. Then I read the book aloud and make it up as I go. If possible, I have listeners, but not always. Then I ask friends for feedback on the manuscript - key: could you read it from beginning to end, or when did you give up? Any hope for this one? By now the friends I ask are pretty honest, but I tell them I can take it.
First draft is always on computer, then second and third as well. Fourth I will print out and do on paper. Fifth polish on computer. I find I catch far more on paper than on screen, but that's a refining draft.
There are fool-the-writer tricks that work only once, so I've tried a lot of things. I edit yesterday's work, then continue. I've switched to painting, quilting, lace making, gardening, anything where hands are working while the mind works on problems. I've stopped writing at a new element, to take it up there the next day. My goal is writing first draft through to the end, and then editing down. It never works. I've always said I'm a better re-writer than I am a writer. If I demand five pages a day from myself, my brain says, okay, five is all you get. You have to work on the writer first to get anything done. Sometimes that means cleaning the room first.
I hand write my first copy then put it on the computer, editing as I go then edit on the computer.
Yes I write on a computer. I don't print at all. I correct it on computer.
I do write on a computer. The printing I do is for my pre-editor and yes she does correct it on paper. I then go through and make the corrections before sending it out. Once it comes back with edits from the publisher, I do those on the computer.