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file open in Office XP slow to browse mapped directories

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A win2000 machine with Office XP is slow to browse directories on a NTserver when utilizing the open, file function of the Office Suite... and only on one particular users profile.  All un-necessary processes were stopped...including antivirus and no difference.  Also all updates and service packs for operating system and office suite have been installed.  Macros security has also been set to low, to no avail.  Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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