Activating a Worksheet from a Userform and then running another userform against the active sheet in VBA

I am new to VBA and struggling along.  In the attached workbook, I want to run Userform2, have the user choose a response to the listbox, pass the listbox response to the appropriate "codes" to activate a specific worksheet and then run userform1 against the activated sheet.  The code I have in Userform2 produces a run-time error '9': Subscript out of range error.  Please advise and thank you very much for your assistance!!
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
You get that error on line 4 of the procedure below. It is because the text choices in Lbdomains do not match the names of your Worksheets.
Sub CBChoosedo_Click()
selectedtext = Lbdomains.Text
'MsgBox selectedtext
Worksheets(selectedtext).Activate
End Sub
'Sub activateSheet(sheetname As String)
'activates sheet of specific name
    'Worksheets(selectedtext).Activate
'End Sub

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mcarsonsrAuthor Commented:
Boy, that was really stupid on my part.  I changed the names to make them more descriptive, but failed to align the worksheet names.  Thank you!
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