Getting a #size error

I'm making a form. There are three subforms in it, all with unbound text boxes that calculate the sum of one of the columns. In the main form, there's then an unbound text box which sums those three subtotals.

It works fine as long as none of the values are null. If one's null I get a #type error, so I changed the formula to

=Nz([Labor_WIP subform].[Form]![LaborWIPSubtotal],0) Nz([Vehicle_WIP subform].[Form]![KMWIPSubtotal],0) Nz([EquipmentWIP subform].[Form]![EquipmentWIPSubotal],0)

But now I'm getting a #size error instead. Again, it works fine, as long as there are no null's in there, but a null throws it off.

Or what even causes a #size error?

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