If there are 2 people listed as Grantor or Grantee - do I create 2 different entries for that line or do I put both names in the "given name" box. For example the first entry has the grantee as Geo N and Caroline.
No, you make a separate entry for each. I can not open the batch but there would normally be an entry for each name.
There are no directions to indicate what to do in this situation, but I would say you would need to index each person on their own entry form. So I see Geo M Durfee and Caroline Durfee are grantees and Alex W Durfee as Grantor. I would do an entry form for Geo M Durfee and Alex, then another entry form for Caroline Durfee and Alex. So this one record should have 2 entries.
And to make things even more fun if there are two people listed as grantees and two as grantors you would have four entries.
@Jackson, Nancy Ellen
Among others, this long conversation from last December at the link below at the bottom addresses this exact issue. Yes you make a separate entry for each Grantor-Grantee pair , but watch for company or gov’t organizations. They get a blank in the name field, and a Grantor-Grantee pair both of that type don’t get indexed at all. So 2x2 could = 3, per these citations right below from the What To Remember section of the instructions - as @annewandering may be suggesting.
Please, Family Search, consider giving major projects or project types their own pages with FAQs so that answers to questions these can more easily found. This has been suggested several times over the years.
From a December, 2021 conversation on this.