In your Options section of whatever object you want the DLL to be available in, declare the external DLL functions (look in the Lotus Help for specific examples) -- the coding is identical to how you would do it in VB (declare function "xxxxx"....) Then just call it as if it were a native Notes/LotusScript function. Hope this helps.
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