Eagle version 9.6.2
I'm creating a schematic with an dual op-amp, LMC6482. What I'd like to do is place this component on a schematic twice, but have those two diagrams represent the same physical component on the board. The reason is that one section of the schematic will apply to one of the op-amps on the IC, and another section of the schematic will apply to the other op-amp on the IC. But "wiring" them to the same object on the schematic will be a bit messy.
I suppose my fallback would be to place the 6482 on the schematic once, and use labels to connect the nets, but I find that practice not as obvious to the user under this type of scenario.
Is there any way to place a component on a schematic twice but have it represent the same physical component?
UPDATE WITH TOM'S SOLUTION
I edited the library I downloaded, duplicating the symbol three times, one for Gate A, one for B, and one for the Power Rail, and named them appropriately. I deleted the original symbol with all of the pins.
I then reconnected the pins to the three symbols. My existing schematic didn't want to update the components, but since I only had 2 on the diagram I just deleted them.
I then re-added the component from the library. By default it shows the first symbol (which was Gate A). You can then right click on the component and choose "Invoke" and it adds the next component (Gate B). Then I did the same for the power rail.