A "Xerox copy" is a photocopy that has been created using a copy machine that was marketed by the Xerox Corporation.
The term "Xerox copy" is often incorrectly used to mean the same thing as "photocopy." But "Xerox" is a proper noun and a trademark for the Xerox Corporation so "Xerox copy" actually means a copy made on a copier that carries the Xerox brand. The word "photocopy" means any copy that has been made using a photographic process and includes copies made on Xerox machines, and other copiers.
Since the word "Xerox" is a trademark, the preferred term is "photocopy," or simply "copy."
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can I use a Xerox copy until I receive the replacement card
The Sharpe AR 5516 is NOT a Xerox machine because it is not made or sold by the Xerox Corporation.
The word "xerox" is a proper noun and a trademark. Xerox is short for the company name, Xerox Corporation, and can also used to refer to a machine made by Xerox Corporation or the product of such a machine. It is incorrect to use Xerox as a verb or as a generic term. The proper generic terms are "copy" and "photocopy."
I lost my ssc marks memo but there is no xerox copy of the marks memo how to get that marks memo
Actually, xerox is the name of a company which manufactured photo copy machines. So, photo copy is thereafter called xerox. Anyways, in Marathi photo copy is called à¤›à¤¾à¤¯à¤¾à¤šà¤¿à¤¤à¥à¤° à¤¨à¤•à¥à¤•à¤² (chhayachitra nakkal)