I use a 64-bit VbsEdit on my Windows 7 computer to debug my VBScript code.
Sometimes I need to run the scripts in 32-bit mode (C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\wscript.exe).
Can I force VbsEdit to use the 32-bit script engine?
I don't use VbsEdit, but in an attempt to discover if it has a 32-bit version,
I have asked the poster to launch it from a 32-bit Command Prompt
The poster has reported that such a version does exist, so is now able to launch directly the 32-bit executable or to continue to use it from the 32-bit Command Prompt.