Select All Forms In VBA

Please can someone tell me if there is a way to select all open forms in Access in the same thinking that Screen.ActiveForm selects the active form.

I want to run code to change the format of all open forms dynamically

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1) Option Compare Database
2) Option Explicit
3) Public strLOC As String
4) Public strCode As String
5) Public strJCodeKey As String

Load them with this code:
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