Asked in Nouns
Is the word fax a common or proper noun?
The noun "fax" (short for facsimile) is a common noun, a general word for a type of electronic device; a general word for an electronically transmitted document; a word for any fax of any kind. A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing; for example, the Brother FAX-2840 High Speed Mono Laser Fax Machine or the Panasonic KX-FL421 Laser Fax Machine. The word "fax" is also a verb: fax, faxes, faxing, faxed. ...
Asked in Fax Machines
What is a fax template for?
Fax template, or fax cover template, or fax cover sheet template is used for transfer of information via facsimile Fax template usually includes a header with the word "fax" or "fax transmittal", the date, the sender, the recipient, the subject of a fax, the number of pages, and the message. ...
What is a fax message?
Fax message is the message that was sent or received over a fax machine (use phone lines) or online fax service (use hi-speed internet connection). Fax documents usually comes in PDF, TIFF or plain text formats. The word fax comes from the word "facsimile" standing for "perfect copy". So, fax messages = perfect copies via optical means. ...