Option button cell color help please

PARSONSAA

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With help from this forum I have been able to come up with a macro to help update spreadsheets. I am now trying to use option buttons to have it color the background of the 8 cells in questions below is what I have come up with so far. I was thinking of a if then statement between the options but have been struggling. Any help would be great.

Code:
Private Sub ComboCentrifuge_Click()
    Me.TextFeatures.Value = Sheets("Centrifuge").Range("B" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17)
    Me.ComboBoxRig.Value = Sheets("Centrifuge").Range("C" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17)
    Me.TextRigNum.Value = Sheets("Centrifuge").Range("E" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17)
    Me.ComboBoxOper.Value = Sheets("Centrifuge").Range("F" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17)
    Me.TextBoxArea.Value = Sheets("Centrifuge").Range("G" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17)
    Me.TextBoxRR.Value = Sheets("Centrifuge").Range("H" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17)
    Me.TextBoxStatus.Value = Sheets("Centrifuge").Range("I" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17)
End Sub
Private Sub CommandClose_Click()
    Worksheets("Centrifuge").Range("B" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17) = TextFeatures.Value
    Worksheets("Centrifuge").Range("C" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17) = ComboBoxRig.Value
    Worksheets("Centrifuge").Range("E" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17) = TextRigNum.Value
    Worksheets("Centrifuge").Range("F" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17) = ComboBoxOper.Value
    Worksheets("Centrifuge").Range("G" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17) = TextBoxArea.Value
    Worksheets("Centrifuge").Range("H" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17) = TextBoxRR.Value
    Worksheets("Centrifuge").Range("I" & ComboCentrifuge.ListIndex + 17) = TextBoxStatus.Value
    Unload Me
End Sub
 
Private Sub OptionButtonBonneyville_Click()
End Sub
Private Sub OptionButtonEstevan_Click()
End Sub

Private Sub OptionButtonFtNelson_Click()
End Sub
Private Sub OptionButtonGP_Click()
End Sub
Private Sub OptionButtonLeduc_Click()
End Sub
 
Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
    For Each c In Worksheets("Centrifuge").Range("A17", Range("A65000").End(xlUp))
        Me.ComboCentrifuge.AddItem c.Value
    Next c
End Sub
 
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PARSONSAA

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googled it but nothing like i am looking for
? idea :) as you can see i am trying to get out of the office early today... and you can also see this is not what i do but was never the less tossed on my lap lol I do like a good challange tho :)
 
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