I've always written 'everyone's' but when I was writing a post for my blog the Spell Check came up with 'every one's"
Which one is it?

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    Mom just checked all the apples in her "winter storage" box, but every one's gone mouldy. So everyone's disappointed, because we all love Mom’s Apple Pie – FumbleFingers Apr 8 '14 at 17:38

They have two different meanings.

everyone means 'all the people there' and refers only to people

every one means 'every single one', 'each one' and can also refer to non-people (as in @FumbleFingers' apple example)

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