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how to kill orphaned winword.exe in matlab

Running matlab R2010B on Windows 7 Enterprise

In matlab scripts, I save a bunch of results to a word file and then at the end, close and quit word. The code I use is:

WordFname = ['BatInfoDoc' sprintf('%0.3f',now) '.doc']; % serialnumbered filenames
WordFile = fullfile(pwd,WordFname);
WordApp = actxserver('Word.Application');
WordDoc = WordApp.Documents.Add;
WordDoc.SaveAs2(WordFile);
....
WordApp.Selection.TypeText([title2 title3 title4 title5 title6]);
WordApp.Selection.TypeParagraph;


then finally at the end of the script

WordDoc.Close;
WordApp.Quit;


The problem I have is that through my development process, I often crash the matlab script and wind up leaving orphaned WINWORD.EXE processes, each one of which keeps a lock on the file it had been writing.

Up until now I have been using TaskManager to kill these processes one at a time by hand. Having been developing all morning, I find myself with around 20 files I can't delete because they are locked by about 11 orphaned WINWORD.EXE processes!

My question(s):
1) Is there an elegant way to handle the file writing and saving and closing and so on so I don't lock up files and processes when my script crashes out before I get to the part where I close the file and quit word?
2) Is there an elegant way to determine the bad processes from within matlab script and go through and delete them from within a matlab script? That is, can I code my matlab so it cleans up after itself?

ADDED A FEW MINUTES LATER:
By the way, I would prefer NOT to enclose all my code in a big try-catch and then close the windows after I've caught my error. The problem with this is I do like to go to debug mode on error, and caught errors don't bring me to debug mode.

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