I don’t know what age everybody is out there, but I started writing on a typewriter. When I finished a page, I pulled it out of the IBM and laid it on the desk. Besides the fact that it was terribly satisfying to have a pile of pages there, a growing pile, when I felt it was time to rewrite, there the pages were.
Ready and waiting for my red pen.
I just finished a 60 page draft of a TV pilot. I need to read it over before I send it to the producer. My first instinct is to PRINT the thing. Which I did. And I will see the whole product, all 60 pages, in a different way than I do if I just read it in the computer.
When the work MATTERS, I print to proofread.
Then again, anything I write, in theory, matters.