launching email hyperlinks data

lolly150

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I’m hoping there is a way to make my process of emailing staff much easier

I have a spreadsheet which calculates and then displays a list of staff who are out of date with training and the specific training required (result below).

I have their email address set as hyperlinks and wondered if there was a formula that will look down a column for a staff name (A column) and if so launch the hyperlink (D column) into an email reminding them along with the training required (column C)? I have the text for the email in a separate sheet.

A
B
C
D
Staff Member
Line Manager
Course
Email
Bruce Amanda
Debbie Jackson
Course 1
Amanda.bruce@email
Bruce Amanda
Debbie Jackson
Course 2
Amanda.bruce@email
Anderson Jemima
Sonia Carter
Course 3
Jemima.anderson@email
Anderson Jemima
Sonia Carter
Course 4
Jemima.anderson@email
Anderson Jemima
Sonia Carter
Course 1
Jemima.anderson@email
Anderson Jemima
Sonia Carter
Course 5
Jemima.anderson@email
Anderson Jemima
Sonia Carter
Course 6
Jemima.anderson@email
Anderson Jemima
Sonia Carter
Course 7
Jemima.anderson@email
Anderson Jemima
Sonia Carter
Course 8
Jemima.anderson@email
Anderson Jemima
Sonia Carter
Course 2
Jemima.anderson@email
Anderson Jemima
Sonia Carter
Course 9
Jemima.anderson@email
Berry Grace
Fred Brown
Course 3
Grace.berry@email
Berry Grace
Fred Brown
Course 10
Grace.berry@email
Berry Grace
Fred Brown
Course 11
Grace.berry@email
Berry Grace
Fred Brown
Course 7
Grace.berry@email
Berry Grace
Fred Brown
Course 8
Grace.berry@email
Bronski Laura
Maxine Trott
Course 12
Laura.bronski@email
Bronski Laura
Maxine Trott
Course 10
Laura.bronski@email
Bronski Laura
Maxine Trott
Course 11
Laura.bronski@email
Bronski Laura
Maxine Trott
Course 7
Laura.bronski@email
Buck Samantha
Debbie Jackson
Course 5
Samantha.buck@email
Buck Samantha
Debbie Jackson
Course 2
Samantha.buck@email

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Thanks in advance
 

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