Without seeing your DSPF, it is hard to give an answer.
You have to manipulate the rest of the fields on the subfile so that that
last position used is not 80.


Thank you,

Karen Hodge
Senior System Analyst
Genesys Health System
1000 Healthpark Blvd, Grand Blanc, Mi 48439
Office 810.606.5180, Fax 810.606.7204
khodge@xxxxxxxxxxx


                                                                           
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Hi all,



I want to display line numbers at the left of the subfile record starting
at
column 1.  Either it could be a part of the subfile, or a static display.



I've tried adding the field to the subfile, but the records then become
double spaced.(The final field of the subfile does not occupy the final
column [80])   I've tried overlaying a window, but the data under "Fund"
gets covered.



Here is a screen shot of what I want to accomplish (conversion from
POWERHOUSE)



  Screen: DSCSUMM                AIC LIMITED               2005/03/17 13:36


  User  : MIELDAN            Account DSC Summary           DEV01
QPADEV000S




  Account Number:  12345678            ** Select a line for DSC details **


  Account Name  : SMITH JOHN





Assign

#  Fund  Current bal        Free     Matured    Chargeable Free of DSC Cert
Type

01 336       536.310      53.639     373.286 *     109.385     426.925


02 735        48.694       0.000       0.000         0.000       0.000


03


04


05


06


07


08


09


10






Bottom

  COMMAND:





 F3=Exit  F7=Backwards  F8=Next  F12=Cancel


 Enter the mode: F or S.




Any ideas?



BUY. HOLD. AND PROSPER



Daniel Mielke

Business Systems Analyst

AIC Limited

1-888-710-4242 x4614

dmielke@xxxxxxx <mailto:dmielke@xxxxxxx>

www.aic.com <http://www.aic.com>





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