Any party serving written discovery requests shall, immediately upon the request of the party to whom such discovery is directed, provide the discovery in electronic format in addition to printed format. The means of transmitting electronic discovery may, at the option of the party serving the same, be by disk, CD ROM, or e-mail attachment. The discovery shall be transmitted in a file form as the parties may agree and, absent agreement, in the word processing format under which it was originally created. It shall be the duty of the party requesting electronically formatted discovery to convert the same into any other word processing format. The party requesting discovery in electronic format shall bear all responsibility for scanning the medium of transmission for viruses and other computer dangers. Nothing in this rule shall relieve the party who requested electronically formatted discovery from responding to the printed discovery within the time requirements of Supreme Court Rules. Unless the parties in writing otherwise agree, the submission of electronic responses to written discovery shall not abrogate the requirement to also serve printed responses as required by Supreme Court Rules.