Re: Filename--One word?

Subject: Re: Filename--One word?
From: David Young <davidy -at- WEXTECH -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 6 Jan 1997 10:02:18 -0500

>> I know that Microsoft considers "filename" to be a compound word.
Is this an accepted standard?<<

Just to add to the confusion, I found this in the Microsoft Manual of
Style:

file name (adj, n)

Two words.

David Young
WexTech Systems, Inc.
techsupp -at- wextech -dot- com

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