I'm sporadic about spell checking my posts and rarely do so with personal email. What's a typo or two among friends?
But at work, of course, I always do.
The thing about spell check, though, is that if it's a real word, it doesn't get caught.
And so you could edit something that said "program manger" rather than "program manager" - and if you weren't paying close attention, you'd miss it. Oops. Luckily, both caught by someone else and not egregious.
This, however, made me think about this old colleague of mine.
Who sent a client an email with the line, "I hope this does not cause you too much incontinence."
The reply? "It did not cause me any incontinence. It didn't inconvenience me, either."
Thank goodness for that.