vb script run on 64 bit machine but use 32 bit so create mdb will work

Is there a way to run a vbs script from within a file such as myscript.vbs that would use the 32 bit script tool so that I do not need to send my user to the command prompt?  

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Keith McElroyAsked:
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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
Run your script as per below:

C:\windows\syswow64\wscript.exe myvbfile.vbs
Keith McElroyAuthor Commented:
Can I run this sequence from a .vbs file in some way?  Maybe declard the syswow64 so user does not need to go to the cmd prompt?
brendanmeyerCommented:
you might have to create a shortcut to: (per mohammed's instructions)
C:\windows\syswow64\wscript.exe myvbfile.vbs

or you can add this to the top of you vbs


Sub Force32bit() 
	If CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject").FolderExists("C:\Windows\SysWOW64") Then 
		If InStr(UCase(WScript.FullName), "SYSTEM32") > 0 Then
			Dim objShell : Set objShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") 
			objShell.CurrentDirectory = "C:\Windows\SysWOW64" 
			objShell.Run "cscript.exe " & WScript.ScriptFullName
			WScript.Quit 
		End If 
	End If 
End Sub 

Force32bit() 

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Keith McElroyAuthor Commented:
I think this is what I need, question though, why is this if statement here

If InStr(UCase(WScript.FullName), "SYSTEM32") > 0 Then

Is it assuming I put SYSTEM32 in the file name of the script?

May I remove this if statement?

Thanks for clarification.
Keith McElroyAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 250 points for mnkhawaja's comment #a41402168
Assisted answer: 250 points for brendanmeyer's comment #a41402327
Assisted answer: 0 points for maxdbase's comment #a41402728

for the following reason:

Both answers equally great, I am going to use the short cut initially but later go with the in-scrpt method
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