Changes to a compound IF statement in Excel

F6 contains an Entity Name. F8 Contains a Date, F9 contains a  shareholder's name and F10 contains that shareholder's ownership percentage. In cell D32 I have the current formula which reads....

=IF($F$9<>" ","The Estimated Value of "&$F$9&"'s "&TEXT($F$10*100,"0.00")&"% Ownership Interest as of "&IF($F$8<>"",$F$8,"""You must enter the Owner's Name in F9"""))

that prompts the user to enter the Owner's Name in F9.  HOWEVER, I want to expand the formula to prompt the user to enter the date in F8, if it is missing AND/OR the shareholder's name in F9, if it is missing AND/OR the shareholder's percentage of ownership in F10, if it is missing.

I have attached the Excel file I am working with.

Thanks.
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Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
Attached is the file I failed to attach initially.
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tilsantCommented:
Shouldn't the last IF condition come first and the new IF conditions too? Something like this:

=IF($F$9="","""You must enter the Owner's Name in F9""",IF($F$8="","""You must enter the Date in F8""",IF($F$10="","""You must enter the Owner's Percentage in F10""","The Estimated Value of "&$F$9&"'s "&TEXT($F$10*100,"0.00")&"% Ownership Interest as of "&$F$8)))


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Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
I think we resolved all of the problems with

http://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28689399/Compound-IF-statement-in-Excel.html#a40829384

But your example might work in another area.  Let me play with it later today to see if I can use and, more importantly, continue to learn.
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Bill GoldenExecutive Managing MemberAuthor Commented:
Able to use your solution in another area.  Thanks for the help.
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