Bodvar Bjorgvinsson wrote: > I would say that combined in one word each referenced item is > a noun. So when you log in (out) you have the state of login > (logout), as in a "login window".
Yes, the usual rule is "noun form is one word, verb form is two". To this I would add that many style guides also treat "log on" as a phrasal verb, so they'd prefer "log on to" to "log onto". -Andrew === Andrew Warren - awarren at synaptics.com === Synaptics, Inc - Santa Clara, CA