Creating Issues via direct HTML links dynamically built in Excel

I want to dynamically build a URL in MS Excel so when the user clicks the link it auto populates the Create Issue dialog screen. But I need the URL build with multiple dynamic fields. I found this and it works if just one of the fields is dynamic but I can't figure out how to get a second value.

I know it is deprecated, but it works and I would like to make use of it. 

So I have something like: 

<a href="!init.jspa?pid=10420&issuetype=4&reporter="&B8>here</a>

Where B8 is a cell in Excel. It properly populates the value in the URL from cell B8. But I also want to include &summary="&A1 where A1 is another dynamic cell in Excel


But that last part does work. Any ideas?

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Figured it out and have it working if you are interested. Looks like this:

<a href="!init.jspa?pid=10420&issuetype=4&&summary="A1&"&reporter="&B4&></a>

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