Why does a split transaction from my bank account not show up in the Rent Center even though properly tagged and categorized?

I am new to Quicken Rental Property Manager. I have several transactions that list in the Account Overview when downloaded as "Regular Deposit" under Payee. I split these transactions since the single transaction invovles multiple rent payments from different properties. Under the split I categroize them as "Rent Recieved" and tag them each to the appropriate property. However, in the Rent Center, not all transactions appear and those that do appear as "Regular Deposit" on a separate line below the name of the Tenant associated with the property.

Why are not all split transactions appearing where i think they should?
Is there a way to have the split transactions appear on the SAME line as the tenant name of the tagged property rather than a separate line listing "Regular Deposit"?

Answer

The rent center works off of scheduled reminders.  I found that transactions entered any other way may or may not work as expected.  I set up a cash account (undeposited funds account) to receive my rents instead of the checking account.  All rents received will go to the cash account.
When you have a pile of rent checks to deposit, create a single transfer from the cash account to the checking account.  The tenants will get properly credited and the transfer will then match the bank's download.
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