SHARING FUNCTIONS IN FORMS

I use for formatting diff. variables  functions , they are declared on main form as public.
But calling one off thes functions from a other loaded form are not seen.
For now I just added the function again to next form in program.
Is it possible to make them 'sharable' to other forms  ??
In old 'dos' programs I could  read them while compling as include files,
so one time update if needed in a include file , all programs gets new file during compile,
now I have to update all the forms if we update a function sometimes.

How to get this (like dos) more efficient??

Regards Jack
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Mikal613Commented:
what language?
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BIAPROAuthor Commented:
sorry, VB6
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Mikal613Commented:
for example


Form1
---------

Public Function Hi(strhi as string) as string
   hi = "hi " & strhi
end function


form2
------

msgbox form1.hi("mike")


this doesnt work?
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BIAPROAuthor Commented:
yes, perfect, thanks!
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