I am assuming that you are doing a query statement from the command line, and not a 
program.

You can use the DBL.SPC, on the line so it has an extra line between rows.  As for the 
shading, you could use a subroutine, and call it from the dictionary item.  See 
example below: (note it is only a simple example that deals with one field you will 
need to tweek the program, and it use to get what you want. )

Mike

07 ED BP START.SHADE
15 lines long.

----: p
0001:       SUBROUTINE START.SHADE(SHV, VALUE)
0002: *
0003:       COMMON IS.SHADE
0004: *
0005:       IF UNASSIGNED(IS.SHADE) THEN IS.SHADE = 0
0006: *
0007:       IF IS.SHADE THEN
0008:          SHV = @(-13):VALUE
0009:          IS.SHADE = 0
0010:       END ELSE
0011:          SHV = @(-14):VALUE
0012:          IS.SHADE = 1
0013:       END
0014:       RETURN
0015:    END
Bottom at line 15.


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