✅There is a difference between “anyone” and “any one”,

📕The indefinite pronoun anyone (one word)
👉refers to any person at all but not to particular individuals.

✅Anyone can go – you don’t have to be invited.

✅ She never considers anyone but herself – she’s totally selfish!

✅He used to lock himself in his bedroom for hours on end and refuse to talk to anyone.

✅ Has anyone seen my keys lying about?

📕📘Any one (two words) is an adjective phrase that refers to👉 any single member of a group
(of either people or things).

✅Any one is commonly followed by the preposition of.

✅Any one of you could dress well with all that money.