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Problem totaling numbers in a subform - Access 2007

I have a subform, called fsubRelEventEmployee, which, among other things, has a textbox that has the total of hours worked for the employee. The subform is dynamic, and can have anywhere from one to about 30 employees. When I enter in one employee, a new line appears below. The total hours worked box is derived from a column on tblEvent, called Wkhrs. On the footer, I have a textbox to show the total of the hours listed in fsubRelEventEmployee within the Wkhrs textbox. I as my control source, I have "=Sum([Me]![fsubRelEventEmployee].[Form]![Wkhrs])"

However, this results in #Error being displayed in the box. The best I can do is tweak it around so that it will sum the entire Wkhrs column of tblEvent. However, all I want are the totals for the specific event, not all events combined.

How do I make it take the totals from the Wkhrs column of just the event shown on the screen?

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