MS Word likes to correct "subpoint" to "sub point"

Is there anything grammatically wrong with "subpoint"?

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I'm collecting a handful of the comments into a CW post. Feel free to modify.

To begin, here are two dictionaries which do have an entry for subpoint:

And here are three that do not:

Whether the word is in some dictionary or not, it is clearly being used by authors, as this n-gram shows.

Finally, there have been other questions and answers on this ELU-SE that address similar, if not identical issues:

From this, I think there is enough information for readers to draw their own conclusions.

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