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It is not unusual to create a 2nd K-1 input for one entity. In the past there was some passive income and some non passive, so a 2nd k-1 entry is created. Do what support suggest and create a 2nd K-1 (not really a dummy.)
In the 1040 package, there are fields to enter as many activities as you'd like - the grid just expands by a row once you've filled up the ones there.
In the 1065 package, you have to enter a separate K-1 input for each activity in order to get them separately stated.