MS Excel formatting

I have a form that Managers will fill out requesting different access to Network Resources.  If they choose Yes I would like for this to display a hyperlink.  If NO then no link.  The word YES can be the hyper link.

For Cell Phone (G36) if they choose Yes (i36) then the word yes would be a hyper link to \\phx-server1\forms\cellphone.dox

If they chose NO (this is the default) no hyperlink is displayed.

If they choose yes I am ok with displaying a hyperlink in the next cell  below.
For Cell Phone (G36) if they choose Yes (i36)
Cell H37 displays Cellphone.dox that is a hyper link to \\phx-server1\forms\cellphone.dox

i have attached a copy of the form i am using.
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:

Might need to check the syntax of the HYPERLINK function.
Tj aCommented:
In call H37, type in:

=IF(I36 = "Yes", HYPERLINK("\\phx-server1\forms\cellphone.dox", "Cellphone.dox"), "")

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in H37 place this formula

=IF(I36="Yes",HYPERLINK(" \\phx-server1\forms\cellphone.docx"),"")

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JaysonJacksonAuthor Commented:
thanks everyone.
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