I'm glad my tip helped you out!

The files were put in place by a bad Zen7 snapshot I had made that didn't have time to be thoroughly tested before deployment. Soon after deploying my snapshot-based app, my clients started complaining about OpenOffice throwing errors when trying to launch it. So I figured something was up with the unrelated application I had deployed via Zen7 and poked through the snapshot. I saw the two files previously mentioned and questioned their place in the snapshot. Upon deleting the the two files, OpenOffice launched without a problem.