Link multiple email addresses

Hanz77

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I have a contact list set up in Excel 2007 that contains business names, cities, states, phone numbers, etc. In addition, I have up to five email addresses for each business. I have it set up so that the primary email address is in column J and secondary email addresses appear in subsequent columns. I can easily click on the primary email address for the business and a new email box appears with the primary email address already in the “To:” field. However, I have to manually copy/paste the secondary email addresses to the “To:” field in the new email. I would like to have the ability to just click on the primary email address in the spreadsheet and have the secondary email addresses populate as well.

I have played around with the HYPERLINK function, but it seems to only work with a single email address. I could probably set up a macro to do this, but my skills are limited and I would most likely have to set up a single macro for each business.

Following is an example of how my data is laid out. Each business is located on a single row and there are over 400 rows. In cell J2 I have the primary email address and in cells N2, R2, V2 and AB2 I have the secondary email addresses.

Is there a function that would grab multiple email addresses by clicking on a single link or is this something that would have to be scripted in VBA?
 

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