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VB Script: How to call DOS-EXE's

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How to call command-line (older DOS-based EXEs) pgms from within VB script?  I guess this is the right area for this...?
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  You have to use the Shell command.  Check you VB help files for a complete description of how this command works, the description is pretty complete and there is no reason to repeat it here.
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