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getting a ref on a UserDocument

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I would like to get a reference on a userdocument in my project from with the bas or class module. But it won't seem to let me do it. Is there a way around this?
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Go thru functions on the userdoc to get to its properties, ets.... Then call them from an instance of the doc you set on in the project.
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