MSFORTRAN POWERSTATION 4.0 and Win2000

MSFORTRAN POWERSTATION 4.0 and Win2000

I'm new into Fortran because my mentor gave me an assigment to make his
old UNIX Fortran codes useful and working as DLLs which we could invoke from
MSExcel.
I had a knowledge of ASP, Borland Pascal and VBA, and some basics for
Fortran I learned without trouble. I wrote a simple subroutine, compiled it
as DLL and then called it from VBA macro in Excel. So the thing can work.
But that UNIX code he gave me is messy code, and I don't know how to compile
it.
To simplify question, I have main program in one file, and subroutine in the
other file. No USE, INCLUDE statements. So how to compile a program to use
that subroutine?
As I said, I have MSFortran Powerstation proffesional edition 4.0 installed
on my Win2000 OS.

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I believe that the IDE for PowerStation is similar to Visual Studio that ships with Compaq Visual Fortran. Create a project and give it a name. Add the two files containing the main program and the subroutine to the project. Click the compile button to make sure that they compile cleanly. If they do, then click the build button to build the DLL.

Mike

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