Hi Todd Millett,
Yes, you can do this. Use the following code to get an instance of the DocumentSpellChecker for the corresponding control.
IControlSpellChecker controlSpellchecker = ControlSpellCheckersManager.GetControlSpellChecker(
ISpellChecker spellChecker = controlSpellchecker.SpellChecker;
DocumentSpellChecker documentSpellChecker = (DocumentSpellChecker)spellChecker;
After that, just invoke the GetSuggestions(string word) method of that instance, which returns a generic collection of type ICollection<string>.
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