log on v. logon (was no subject)

Subject: log on v. logon (was no subject)
From: "Wilcox, John (WWC, Contractor)" <wilcoxj -at- WDNI -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 1997 20:09:00 -0700

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From: Rebecca R Chamberlain

Which is correct::
log on to
logon to
log onto
when speaking of gaining access to a computer, such as a mainframe?
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log on to

Logon is not a verb.


Regards,

John Wilcox, Documentation Specialist
Timberlands Information Services
Weyerhaeuser, WWC 2E2
Tacoma, WA 98477-0001 USA
253-924-7972 mailto:wilcoxj -at- wdni -dot- com
(I don't speak for Weyerhaeuser, and they return the favor.)

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