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VBA Code Interrupt

The Programmers use Ctrl-Break to stop VBA word code.  Office professional SP3, 2003.  Once the code is broke they close the document and restart the document (autostart programmed in).  On reopening the document the Code Interrupt window pops up even though the programmer has not broke the code or used Esc.  All subsequent attempts generate the error clicking continue generates the error.  Err.Number shows nothing.  The computer must be restarted to be able to open the document normally.  
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Is this on one PC and/or one document?

Perhaps a Watch has been set.
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One programmer and 2 different documents with VBA behind them - both word.  Another programmer is fine working with same documents.  -Thank you
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Each programmer has their own PC setup on a citrix server.  I couldn't tell you much more about the server set up.
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The programmer's are using the same word documents so it should not be a problem with compiling.  The programmer with the problem  has supposedly, by IT support, had the machine 'ghosted' new registry files and word reinstalled.  Yet the problem is still there.  One thing it never used to do is ask if the mytemplate.dot should be saved.  
                    Could be interference with another program or word itself is not closing correctly.  We'll check the normal dot as well. I know it is an unusual item to pinpoint and that is something with that particular PC enviroment.  Appreciaate any pointers.  -Thank you