What is the difference between copying and photocopying something?

Answer I would guess that he was using the term "photocopy" to mean a xerographic copy. While technically if you scan something and print it, it is a photocopy, this is not how photocopies are usually mad... Read More »

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What is the difference between scanning and photocopying?

As an artist you would want to scan the picture in at the highest quality you can. Once it is scanned in you can store it on your computer and even put it into a paint program and adjust it for pri... Read More »

What is the difference between "cutting" and "copying"?

when you 'cut' the text is cut from the disapears. When you 'copy' the text stays on the page. You use cut if you want to remove the text from a certain page and paste it somewhere else... Read More »

What's the difference between backing up a file and copying a file?

There is no difference really - its more about your intention.If you are making a copy of a file so that you have it in case your main copy is lost or damaged then that is a backup.If you are doing... Read More »

Trying to create a wikipedia article, and it says I am copying another website, but the website is copying me?

The problem is not with trademark, but with copyright, which is something different.When you put something on Wikipedia, you put it there with the claim that a. you wrote it yourself, and b. that y... Read More »