A computer is essential to my work since I'm constantly revising. I only print for proofreading purposes, once I've completed my first draft. It's always a revelation to me the number of changes I make when I see the hard copy.
I freewrite and scratch all over paper until I have enough mass of paper to put into a word-processing program. Then, I'll get around to putting it into a computer. Sometimes though, putting something into the computer too early ends up killing it on paper and then altogether.
I strictly write on the computer and never print anything until I am reasonably sure that it is ready for proofing, editing, and opinions.
I write on a computer, I rarely print, I correct right there in the word processing file. My process is, I write for a while, and the next time I come back to write again, I reread what I've already written and polish while I'm rereading.
I love pen and paper because it's so portable. Last Christmas, though, my family gave me a laptop as a gift so I've been writing on there and doing edits on there too.
Yes, I do all of these things. Mostly on the computer though...
I do write on a computer. I don't print as often as I used to, but I do save my stuff. I correct both online and at least once on paper.
I worked on the computer until I have a fairly polished section. Then I print it out, and come back to it a little later so it's fresh. I make the corrections on paper, then correct them on the master computer version.
I used to always write on paper. The computer got in the way. However, now it's the computer, but I get so frustrated if I hit the wrong button and it vanishes. I didn't have that problem on paper.
i use a palm pilot.
Like everyone, I work on my PC. But I do like to print and edit.
I write on my laptop.
I rarely print unless I've writen a huge chunk since I last printed, and I use a red pencil to correct what I've printed. However, I usually try to correct any grammatical/spelling/punctuation errors on my laptop.
My process is to save as I go, usually to a floppy-disc (Yes, people still use them), correct as I go, and print once I've finished a few more chapters.
Ideas go down on post-its
Formalization goes down on dry-board.
Drafts go down on computer.
Corrections are made all over the place.
Finishing touches occur on print-outs.
My computer is so important. My oh my, what a wonder it is. I can go back, correct, change, move whole sentences or paragraphs, save what I've written, come back. Oh, you know what I mean. It is indispensable to me.
I do not print out my drafts. I find that unnecessary. I do, however, often read out loud what I have written. it helps me to feel what my characters are feeling and to sense how their voices should be recorded.
Another thing about computers is the internet. What a wonder! I have an endless array of resources, research and information. I make use of it in numerous ways as I write.