Smilytoo

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This sounds like a stupid question...after printing the secondaries from the online websites, do people handwritten the answers to the short answer questions in the space provided or type them up (using a type writer?)? I just want my application to look "normal"
 

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I think it's best to just fill the app out online using acrobat (full version) or Word. typewriter font is just too fat to fit on the apps.
 

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usually the online apps allow you to input text electronically and then print it out. for the ones that don't, i think they expect you to use a typewriter.
 
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Really? They really think that typewriters still exist?
 

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I refuse to use a typewrite. Never used and never will. (I hope) because this thing is just ******ed when we have computers. I would rather scan the app into computer and then print it out with entered information.
 
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