That which has been transcribed. A copy of any kind, though commonly the term refers to a copy of the record of a trial, hearing or other proceeding as prepared by a court reporter. A writing made from or after an original. A copy of an original writing or deed and suggests the idea of an original writing. O'Quinn v. Tate, Tex.Civ.App., 187 S.W.2d 241, 243.
An official copy of the record of proceedings in a trial or hearing. Word-for-word typing of everything that was said "on the record" during the trial. The stenographer (court reporter) types this transcription which is paid for by the parties requesting it

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