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MSComm in a DLL ?

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Can I put an MSComm object in a DLL?  I have used it many times in EXEs and OCXs, but not in DLLs.  I declared the object, but when I try to "Set" it, I get an error.
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You need to put it onto a hidden form in your Dll
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