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Casting String to Form

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I have names of my forms in the string variables.
How can I put them to the form variables.
For example:

Dim form1 as Form
Dim strName as String
strName="NameOfTheForm"

How can I do this :
Set form1=strName  ???? This is not right
Thanks.
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Set form1 = Forms.Add(strName)

Will open the form referenced in strName and assign the object to the form1.
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