Office 2007 Published, but when users open Excel they see a document listed in Document Recovery pane

We have Office 2007 installed and published. Everything works fine in Outlook, Word, etc, but when Excel opens for anyone there is a document listed on the left Document Recovery pane. We've tried uninstalling and re-installing office but that did not fix the issue. I'm assuming it is some user setting. The account that installed it also opened this same Excel document on the server accidentally, so that's how it got to be on the server install. We are kind of stuck with no ideas.
jpletcher1Asked:
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jpletcher1Author Commented:
We figured it out.  Logged in as the install user in install mode, disabled the recovery feature and went back to execute mode.  Then went back into install mode, enabled the recovery feature and went back to execute mode.  That seemed to clear out this document that was showing up for everyone.
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