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How do you call a subroutine in thats in another form

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How do you call a subroutine or thats in another form; or is this possible? I'm trying to create code that clicks a command button in another form.
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TheOtherForm.Command1=True
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Thanks for your help pierrecampe.
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Is it possible to call subroutine in another form?
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