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.
I use my computer mainly now, but still use paper and make correction on both.
I write on the word processor, and backtrack and edit as I go. Once completed, I print it out and edit it again, on paper. Then, my Editor gets it, and after he's done editing it, I re-edit. For example, my Editor made 7,000 changes to my first book. I put 6,000 of them back in!
Computer, although I used to be addicted to writing on legal pads with a razor-tip Flair pen. I have been known to write with whatever is available, including a magic marker on a woman's back (long story and not suitable for the kids). I correct on screen, but never go back for editing content. To me that is adulterating the moment, the integrity.
I wish I wrote longhand like the masters, but my penmanship is atrocious, and I can touchtype around sixty words per minute, so there really is no choice. I have a beat-up laptop I tote around, and a cheap little minicomputer for travel. Outlining is always done by hand. I used to print drafts at a rate to deforest Brazil, but I've cut back (so to speak).
all of the above would have to be my answer as any good modern day writer would do.
On my computor and printer. I can correct easier that way.
I write out all my material using pen and paper. Then I type or dictate into the computer. Corrections are made on the drafts printed out of the computer.
All of the above. I write a few chapters rough then I start to organize and story board on a chpter by chapter basis. Usually by the 3-4 Chapter I know and can write an outline.
I do write on my computer. When I write, especially prose, I treat each paragraph as its own story and when I finish it, I edit right away and move to the next part. Unfortunately I'm an independent student, so I don't have the money to constantly print things. So once I've finished writing something, I tend to ask people to read over it and help me edit.
I employ all processes.