Open notepad or any other third party editor like Notepad++.

Write any VBScript code suppose

Wscript.Echo "Hello"

Wscript.Quit 0

Save the file with .vbs extension suppose hello.vbs.

You can then run that VBScript file from command prompt.

Reference

http://testingfreak.com/run-vb-script-code-written-on-notepad-without-additional-software-windows/

How to Write VBScript Code on Windows

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