how to show all items in outlook rather than show unread items, but for ALL folders?

I know on a folder by folder basis you can have outlook show a count of all items in a folder or just the count of unread items.  

But how to do it on all the folders?

I found this:

http://www.stringcat.com/company_blog/2013/09/28/outlook-macro-for-showing-total-numbers-of-items-for-all-folders/

I cut and pasted this to a file.vbs text document on desktop, ran it with outlook open on a win 7 machine (outlook 2010) and got an error line 3 char 13 end of line expected

anyone know what I am doing wrong or is there another way?
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got it working.  blindly barreling through did it, but I could have caused myself lots of grief : )
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Bill PrewIT / Software Engineering ConsultantCommented:
Yes, while similar in basic syntax, VBS stand alone scripts, and VBA for office applications do have some important differences that need to be taken in to consideration.

A stand alone VBS script could be made to work, but it would need to have Outlook running anyway, so probably just as easy to do it as a VBA module there.

~bp
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