Allowing VB6 to use wscript

There are several answers on this site that use WScript.CreateObject to create a shell object for running a command from a shell.  These answers have all be accepted and I assume that they work.  However, when I try to implement them, I get a "Compile error: Sub or Function not defined" against the WScript command?  How do I access it?
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Mike TomlinsonMiddle School Assistant TeacherCommented:
Can you show us your code please?...
dennis_j_bellAuthor Commented:
See as an example...

Also, found this link with the same problem I have -- it seems some people can access WScript and some can't, so its obviously a reference/config problem:
Have you tried using CreateObject without the Wscript. If your looking to run a command you could use the wscript run method:

Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim wShell As Object
Dim sCmd As String

sCmd = "ping"

Set wShell = CreateObject("Wscript.Shell")
wShell.Run "%comspec% /k " & sCmd

Set wShell = Nothing
End Sub

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