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Is there a function in VB to execute a DOS style command?

I wanted to call the registration command

regsvr32 "C:\mydll.dll"

programmatically from within a VB program without launching a DOS window or batch program?
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Shell "regsvr32 ""C:\mydll.dll"""
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Hi

Shell "regsvr32 ""C:\mydll.dll""" ,vbHide

Will hide the dos window.

Zaphod.
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