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Hey Brian,

Did you only misspell only one word? I'm able to reproduce if more than 4
words are misspelled. Also just slamming keys in does not show as
misspelled, but maybe that's normal behavior. I do know right now I'm only
seeing up to 4 words misspelled.

Rochelle, have you called this into Google Support? Usually they're pretty
good about taking on cases like this, and I can confirm at least here that
we can reproduce.

Thank you,

On Tue, Oct 4, 2016 at 10:19 AM Bryan Thompson <[log in to unmask]>
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> My Father-in-law used to tell me to look up a word in a dictionary.
>
> I created a new document, spelled a word incorrectly, and the word showed
> as spelled incorrectly with a red underline, and had suggestions.
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> Anyone else seeing odd behavior in the spell-check tool in docs? All of a
> sudden it seems to not be working at all for some students, and even in my
> account, I can put in a string of letters that is absolutely not a word and
> even if I manually go to spell suggestions, it comes up with none.
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> Is this part of the research tool switch?
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