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Disabling a sub form

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    Disabling a sub form

    I have a form [frmSchMonthly] and a sub form [frmSchMonthlySubF]. If it's a new record, I want the sub form not enabled. I used this in the on current:
    If Me.NewRecord Then
    Me.frmSchMonthlySubF.Enabled = False
    Else
    Me.frmSchMonthlySubF.Enabled = True
    End If


    I got this error:
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    Not sure what I did wrong

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    I used: Me.frmSchMonthlySubF.Enabled = Not IsNull(Me.MonthlySchID)
    I got the same error.
    Looking closely, I mispelled the name of the sub form in the properties. It's working now.
    Thanks

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