Generally speaking, only one copy of a document is admitted into evidence. All of the admitted evidence is then sent to the jury room with the jury.
You don't speicfy what court your case is in, and often judges have "local local" rules that apply only their courtrooms, so I suggest you got to your judge's courtroom in advance of your trial, and observe how other litigants and their lawyers conduct their trials.
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It is in your best interest to have four copies - one for the witness, one for the other side, one for you (the questioner), and one to be admitted into the court (shown to the judge and, eventually, the jury).
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