"management" as "managemnet"
then you are presented with two alternatives. Its best guess is "mincemeat", which is somehow appropriate in a couple of cases of managers I can recall, but not really a very likely error. Its only other attempt is "mankind". This is not an isolated case. If you write about federated databases then it is endearing to see the typo:
"federaion" have the two alternatives: "bedroom" or "veteran"
proposed by the beastie. "Bedroom"? I would love to understand the algorithm that came up with that one. I was also impressed by:
Instead of the pretty obvious "performance" it rather sweetly suggests "peppermints".
However my favorite is that if you type "Blogger" as a phrase then not only does it not recognize it. The term "blog" also sadly is a complete mystery to it, which might seem an omission given that it is intended as a spell checker for, er, blogs, or perhaps "blocs" as the spell checker so helpfully proposes. For "blogger"then it suggests the wonderfully ironic:
How true, how true. I would be interested to hear of your worst spell check horror, or indeed of a spell checker whose ineptness rival Blogger's. Any offers?