If you look at the documentation of the TEXTJOIN function found at the following link,
it shows an example at the bottom of the article where the 1st argument of the TEXTJOIN function uses multiple delimiters. I knew that multiple delimiters could be used, but I could not think of an example where that might be useful. Then, I decided that it did have a useful purpose if it resulted in a desirable display result. So the first example is:
=TEXTJOIN(A7:D7, TRUE, A2:D6) where A7:C7 contains commas and D7 contains the formula =CHAR(10).
As you can see in the figure, each record appears to be on a single line in the cell (F9).
This same technique can be enhanced further in this way.
=TEXTJOIN(A8:D8, TRUE, A2:D6) where A7:C7 contains commas and D7 contains the formula
With the TEXTJOIN formula example in cell H9, the appearance of the created string makes it very easy to see (in the following figure) each record.
The example file can be downloaded here.