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WinWord.exe won't close

I am running into issues creating a Word document Word from Excel using

Set wordapp = CreateObject('word.Application')
Set letter = wordapp.Documents.Add


On first run it works fine, on second run it hangs. I think the issue is if I close the document I created using the Close Button in Word, it won't close WinWord.Exe. I think it has to do with whether I saved the document or not. How can I get around this?

I uninstalled/deactivated all of my Add-ins (I heard that could be an issue) to no avail.

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