I know in the past, my tax software has always required you to enter a separate line item of every 1099 form you have or income item, depending on what the line is for, it will sometimes just place a *note something on the front page, then the tax software prints a report page of all the entries that made up that total and indicates to attach it to the back of the return. I used to have some property rental income of multiple things, like boat/jet skies etc, and I itemized the rent of each piece, then had expenses against them and it would do this.
I see that the net amount on the front in this case will be $0 though and that might be a concern..not sure till I do it, but plan to still talk to a CPA in the coming days.
And quit frankly, I'm not scared of being audited, I have nothing to hide and have a ton of proof indicating what the sale was for and it was signed by all board members of the company, including copies of the cancelled shares of stock that I owned, the original cancelled check from the purchase of the stock, and audio recordings of the entire board meeting when this was discussed.
The now company owner should be the one afraid that I'll trip off an audit since he has recorded the sale as expenses against revenue and thus a tax break for him, he is the one that recorded it this way.