Incorporate one winform in several applications

I have one winform and I want to include that winform in several windows applications develop in  I do not want to include .resx and .vb files of that winform in each application.  I like somekind of reference  and I include that reference in teh application and it works.  I also like to have some parameters to be passed.  I do not know how to do it.  Please tell me how to do it.
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Create Class Library project and add form to it. In other projects (clients) you need to add reference to this Class Library (see References item in the Project Explorer). Having reference to class library you can create instance of any class from it.

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you can pass parameters to a form by over wirtting the new method of the form with some thing like below

private _strText as string

public sub new (byval strTest as string)

        'This call is required by the Windows Form Designer.

        'Add any initialization after the InitializeComponent() call
        _strText = strTest
end sub
To add parameters, simply add Public or Friend scoped Properties to the Form Class.

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