As a system engineer, I very well know how to do various tasks with VBScript. I have many scripts which makes my life easier through the day. I want to visualize these scripts in Windows Forms created for different situations. I just installed Visual Studio 2008 and created some Windows Forms from VB.NET templates. So, if you say this can be done better with C# forms or another language, I can go that way. I chose VB.NET because I know it a bit so I don't have to learn another language from scratch.
So, my question is how can I execute these VBScript codes inside the Windows Form (of course in a button click event). I don't want to execute them by pointing to the VBS file, I want them to be in the EXE file when I compile the form so if I hand out the form to someone else, they cannot modify the scripts.
This post has been edited by bcetin: 15 June 2010 - 11:32 PM