How can I fix when I am batch entering transactions with vendors who have prefilled accounts, the account splits with the amount with no account and the prefill is zero?

I saw a similar question, but it was not the same and the answers were not applicable.  So, the account line turns blue and says "split", but I don't intend to split the transaction, nor is the vendor set up that way.  

So, when you click on the area that says "split" the top line has no account, but the amount of money is on that line, but the account I set up with the vendor is on a second line without any amount.  So I always have to click the top line, delete it, and put the amount on the correct account.  Pre-determining accounts for vendors is supposed to speed things up, not slow it down.  Any help with this, please?

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