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Default How to Unzip Zip Files using the Extraction Wizard

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How can I use VBA to unzip zip files without Winzip or similar programs?

I have previously used the SHELL command on Winzip to do this but our IS department have gone on a maniacal clean-up of all PCs and removed Winzip from all drives.
I can still unzip files manually using XP's Compressed (zipped) Folders Extraction Wizard but don't know how to automate this.

Any ideas?

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