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This message should not be printed or transfered.

You can't use 'nor' instead of 'or' in this case, because it can't be rewritten in the 'neither... nor' form, right?

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LiJ
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Yes, you can use 'nor' in that case though more often people just say 'or'.

You could re-write it as 'neither...nor'.

'This message should neither be printed nor transfered.' It's a bit bureaucratic sounding.
Thanks Wanwo

Grammartically, either way is okay in my sentence?

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You can either say not/or OR neither/ nor. You cannot grammatically use not and nor OR neither and or.
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