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Create a Shortcut in ms access vba

I would like to create a shortcut in vba to install fonts here's the info

argument=C:\myfolder\myfolder1\myfolder2\RegisterFont.exe add TEXASLED.ttf bold_led_board-7.ttf Codystar-Regular.ttf Codystar-Light.ttf enhanced_led_board-7.ttf
tagetpath=C:\myfolder\myfolder1\myfolder2

the program name is RegisterFont.exe located in the C:\myfolder\myfolder1\myfolder2 folder
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I don't understand why you would need to create a shortcut to install the fonts.  Why not just install them.  It would make sense to create a shortcut if this were something that needed to be run regularly but once the fonts are installed, they are installed and there would be no further use for the shortcut.
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I tested on 32bit just wanted to ensure that it worked on 64bit.