Creating Active X Components w/Multiple Interfaces with Delphi 3

How can I create an Active X component with Delphi 3 that has multiple interfaces?  From what I can gather, I can define only one interface.  
joecarrAsked:
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lowlevelCommented:
In your activeX project, go to the View | Typelibrary menu, and simply press the top-left button..

Or am I thinking too easy?
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joecarrAuthor Commented:
What I was looking for (and found) was the actual Pascal code for creating and using multiple interfaces in Delphi.  Borland has extneded the language to include object interfaces (look up INTERFACES) in the Delphi Help.  You can also define interface specifications as you had mentioned.


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lowlevelCommented:
yea, that way I described is only an GUI which makes a unit-file for you. That unit-file then uses the interface-statement :)
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