Written by Florie Lyn Masarate

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Written by Florie Lyn Masarate

Duringrepparttar early times, when machines were not yet capable of doing human chores,repparttar 144800 art of printing was done by hands. Everything has to be written. Imagine working and doing things manually like writing your report and having to rewrite them over and over to make copies. Pretty exhausting, isnít it?

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Comesrepparttar 144809 computer, with its soft buttons and wide screen and of course, its printer. Prints can now be seen clearly. Mistakes corrected without gettingrepparttar 144810 paper dirty and can even help with your spellings and grammar. All that needed to be done is to inputrepparttar 144811 number of copies required, push a button and then after a few minutes, copies done.

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