This post is part of a series of posts categorized as “Wiki” that contain basic how-to information. The intent is to create a reference repository for myself, but I’m not selfish so if anyone else can also benefit from it then I’m happy to share the knowledge!
- OS: Windows
Print VBScript using:
You can overwrite the VBScript execute function to print instead by adding something like the below to the top of a VBScript file:
Function execute(x) WScript.Echo(x) End Function
Run CScript from the Windows Command Prompt.