VBA to automatically copy a row to a different workbook depending on text in the row

XcelAttempts

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I'm very new to the concept of VBA's so forgive me if this is a super simple task.

I'd like to create a VBA that will copy information from a row in a Master List to an available row of one of several workbooks based on the technician the row is assigned to. Essentially, I would like to have a running list of the work completed by different technicians, and I would like to allow them to review the quality of THEIR work by sending rows assigned to them from the Masterlist to their specific workbook. Can anyone help me do this? Is it even possible? Thanks in advance!

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Workbook 1 (Master)
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Workbook 2
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Workbook 3
 

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