How to modify VBA code to only effect cells B3:B10?

Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Excel.Range, Cancel As Boolean)
 ' This subroutine colors a cell red when double-clicked then clears it when double-clicked again.
 ' Some values for .ColorIndex are...
 ' Red = 3, Green = 4, Blue = 5, Yellow = 6, Orange = 45
 ' Google "VBA color palette" for more colors
  
     ' If the cell is clear
     If Target.Interior.ColorIndex = xlNone Then
  
         ' Then change the background color to yellow
         Target.Interior.ColorIndex = 27
  
     ' Else if the cell background color is yellow
     ElseIf Target.Interior.ColorIndex = 27 Then
  
         ' Then clear the background
         Target.Interior.ColorIndex = xlNone
  
     End If
  
     ' This is to prevent the cell from being edited when double-clicked
     Cancel = True
  
 End Sub

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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
Use Intersect
Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Excel.Range, Cancel As Boolean)
 ' This subroutine colors a cell red when double-clicked then clears it when double-clicked again.
 ' Some values for .ColorIndex are...
 ' Red = 3, Green = 4, Blue = 5, Yellow = 6, Orange = 45
 ' Google "VBA color palette" for more colors
  If Not Intersect(Target, Range("B3:B10")) Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
     ' If the cell is clear
     If Target.Interior.ColorIndex = xlNone Then
  
         ' Then change the background color to yellow
         Target.Interior.ColorIndex = 27
 
     ' Else if the cell background color is yellow
     ElseIf Target.Interior.ColorIndex = 27 Then
  
         ' Then clear the background
         Target.Interior.ColorIndex = xlNone
  
     End If
  
     ' This is to prevent the cell from being edited when double-clicked
     Cancel = True
  
 End Sub

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kbay808Author Commented:
I removed the "Not" from the line and it worked perfect.  Thanks
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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
Sorry about that, I should have checked. Glad you sorted it though.
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