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GUI Designer for VBS files?

Is there any way I can create a gui in VBS? even if its just a basic one.
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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Shift-3

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purplepomegranite

In addition to Shift-3's link, I wrote some code to demonstrate using HTML to allow "custom" forms in VBScript in a previous question.  See here: https://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/VB_Script/Q_22656309.html

But you're still best off moving to VB if that is what you need.
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miketillman

Actually its kindof amazing, I am expected to work with VBS because of our "it department"

Anyway, I have found a work around, I am going to use VBA and then hide the excel application while my prog is running, I will accept multiple suggestions on all of you :)
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James Murphy
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GUI in VBS is actually possible using an ActiveX plugin.

Just have a search for "GooeyScript". Or Download the zip ill attach (if this works).
Its only to bad the developer stoped developing Gooeyscript further... :(

RenameLog2Zip.zip