Question : latebinding Windows Script Host Object

How do I do this please
Use it please?

Any example will do and I can work it out

Answer : latebinding Windows Script Host Object

BTW - I use Excel 2002 and I constantly have problems with Late Binding of the "Scripting.Dictionary" as for some reason it doesn't recognise it. I have just yesterday adopted early binding by using this construct:

Dim dic As Dictionary

'Next line needs "Microsoft Scripting Runtime" reference added
Set dic = New Dictionary
dic.CompareMode = vbTextCompare

Please note the comment about the VBA reference that you must select for this to work - Tools/References/"Microsoft Scripting Runtime"
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