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how to make a resource.dll in delphi

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I have an application that includes dialogs and tabs and bitmaps.  I want to break up this application into 1 exe and many DLLs.  One of the DLLs should contain just bitmaps and resources.  How can I create a DLL with just bitmaps, string tables and other resources (even the images of dialog boxes) and be sure that the exe and other dlls will still be able to use these bitmaps?  The other DLLs and exe should be able to call the DoModal function of a class and the class should be able to use the bitmap that is in this bitmap dll.

can anyone help me?
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