I write on the computer. After I have written two complete chapters, I print them out and read them, making corrections in red ink pen. I save every page forever.
I write on a computer. That's where a write the most with my stories. I don't frequently print. The only times I do, is when I want to see what my stories looks like on printed paper. I do correct on paper soemtimes. But most of it, again, is on my computer, My process is to write ideas, on computer or paper. Then I copy the ideas to the main story, and write it. when I'm finished with that, I print it out to see how it looks. Then I go from there.
I write on paper then correct on the computer then correct again on paper and wrap it up on the computer. Obsessive, I know.
I love my computer! When I started to write, I used paper. I made copy after copy since, even then, I edited like crazy.
Then I got the typewriter. Carbon copies, correct-type, and laboriously typing a project over and over.
Then the PC. Thank you, Lord! Such a time saver. Now, all the energy that went into re-typing and re-writing and re-typing again, sometimes 20 to 30 times, is aimed toward the creative process.
I usually just get my laptop out and get after it. When I am in the car I have a small tape recorder that I record ideas that pop up as I travel. It is safer than trying to jot them down.
I started on paper, as a kid, had stacks of manuscripts. Now I write on my computer. I love it! I do everything on my computer.
I write on the computer a section at a time then move on. Later I'll return for another wave of writing/editing. This process repeats itself until I declare the book finished.
I write on my computer. It depends on the size of the work. Smaller projects, I just edit on-screen. Larger projects, I have to print and make corrections on paper before editing on-screen.
Yes I write on a computer. I used to print very frequently to bring it to my grandfather, but ink is not cheap, so I save my documents on flash stick, so that I can put it into my grandfather's computer. That way he doesn't have to mark stuff wrong with red marker on paper. He just changes it on the computer.
I use both pen and computer. Typos stand out for me much better when I correct them with a pen.
I write on a computer. I do my first few revisions on the computer before I print out a copy for further edits.
I could not have written my books and my PhD dissertation without a computer. I only print when I have a draft manuscript that needs reviewing. I use paper copies in the early stages of writing until my manuscripts need to be sent to a reviewer over the internet. I then use the review capabilities my word processing software has from that time forward.
Ultimately I write on the computer, but usually I'll use a lined pad and jot down highlights or ideas that come to me. At times I've written a full chapter before I sat at the computer. I like to 'write' meaning actually using pen and paper. When I'm writing on the computer, I will print out whatever I've written that day and edit it on the printed copy. After I've edited the printed page I'll transfer any changes first order of the following day. Also, I have a quirk about colors. Each day, I write with a different font color. Once it becomes exactly how I want it, after several phases of editing, It goes to black print. It's a very good method for me.
I do everything on the computer and rarely print unless absolutely necessary. When I started writing seriously (years ago), I worked on an old manual typewritter that smelled like wet dog fur. I prefer the computer.
I write on computer and in hard journal. I prefer to edit on printed paper with red pen. My process involves near-stream of consciousness writing, flowing out until I am totally tapped out. Then I dissect all the material, rearranging, omitting and polishing into a logical and engaging structure.
Sometimes I just write and it comes out perfectly the first time, and its done.