SSRS 2008 Sub Report Missing Parm Issue

I have a parent SSRS report. I just put a SUB REPORT (Customer Contacts) in the parent report. The Sub Report has PARMS and I right clicked on the Sub Report entry and supplied the PARMS with data. When I execute the parent, the parent report displays but I get missing parameter error where the Sub Report should be. All the PARMS are there.

I also tried putting it inside a rectangle but get same error.

How can something so simple be so difficult....
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thayduckProgrammer AnalystAsked:
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lcohanDatabase AnalystCommented:
Does your subreport parameters have a default value? I recall having some similar issue and I added a default on EACH param of the subreport as per link below or make it visible to see which one does not have the value.

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd220581.aspx

"Note:

In Report Builder, if a parameter is missing from the Parameters list and the subreport has a default value defined, the subreport will be processed correctly.

In Report Designer, all parameters that are required by the subreport must be included in the Parameters list. If a required parameter is missing, the subreport is not displayed correctly in the main report.
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thayduckProgrammer AnalystAuthor Commented:
I supplied all the sub report parms (with default data) in the sub report.
See Parms.png.
So I have to assume all the parms for the sub report are there when the sub report executes.
But, they must not be since I do get the missing parms error.

In Report Builder, if a parameter is missing from the Parameters list and the subreport has a default value defined, the subreport will be processed correctly.
All sub report parms are defaulted.
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