create worksheet in a different, open workbook

I have the following that nicely checks whether the workbook is open, opens it.  thenchecks for a particular worksheet.  If it exists, it does give me the debug message I put in.  However, it if does not exist, it stops ath the worksheet add line with a subscript out of range error and I do not understand why.
Public Sub cmdRefreshActiveRatingData_Click()
'First check to see if the file is open and if not, then open.  Then check to see if the
'worksheet DataSource exists in the workbook and if not, create it.  Then query the
'ActiveMasterTempate DataSource worksheet to bring in the Rating data
Dim wks As Worksheet
strFileExportPathSumm = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("Settings").Range("FOLDER_PATH_SUMMARY") ' Summary Reports/General Folder, Range name on Settings worksheet, Settings!$I$5

    If Not fntIsWbkOpen("TEST_ClientActiveMasterTemplate.xls") Then
        Application.Workbooks.Open (strFileExportPathSumm & "TEST_ClientActiveMasterTemplate.xls")
    End If
    If fntDoesSheetExist(Workbooks("TEST_ClientActiveMasterTemplate.xls"), "DataSource") Then
        MsgBox "Yes, wks exists.", vbOKOnly
        MsgBox "No', wks does not exit.", vbOK
    'Get Subscript ouf of range here???
        Workbooks("TEST_ClientActiveMasterTemlate.xls").Worksheets.Add().Name = "DataSource"
    End If

End Sub

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Sandra SmithRetiredAsked:
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:

        Workbooks("TEST_ClientActiveMasterTemlate.xls").Worksheets.Add().Name = "DataSource"


       activesheet.Name = "DataSource"
Rory ArchibaldCommented:
You misspelled the workbook name. Change:
Workbooks("TEST_ClientActiveMasterTemlate.xls").Worksheets.Add().Name = "DataSource"

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Workbooks("TEST_ClientActiveMasterTemPlate.xls").Worksheets.Add().Name = "DataSource"

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The workbook name you are referring to does not exist (misspelled):
'Get Subscript ouf of range here???
        Workbooks("TEST_ClientActiveMasterTemlate.xls").Worksheets.Add().Name = "DataSource"

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Should be "TEST_ClientActiveMasterTemplate.xls"

Sandra SmithRetiredAuthor Commented:
Ok, rorya spotted it first!  I will undoubltely have more as this project has got to be on line MOnday and I am running on about 2 hours sleep a night.  I never even noticed this so simple problem.  Am posting a related questions on this project.
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