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By Jason Roberson, Dayton Daily News, Ohio Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Feb. 6--DAYTON, Ohio -- Charles Darwin greets employees at Standard Register Co.'s headquarters every morning when they arrive for work.
Before reaching the spread of office cubicles, they see a framed quote by the notable naturalist that reads: "It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change."
The company's future seemingly rests on that ideology.
Standard Register, a 93-year-old company, has shifted away from its mainstay of supplying bulky office management equipment and paper business forms.
Today, it is banking on a digital pen that not only remembers what's written, but takes a digital picture of the business form itself. After filling out a medical form at a doctor's office, for instance, much of …