For printing purpose and for viewing while in Preview mode, rather than in browse mode, you can use layout setup, to specify arranging your records in columns. That's the easiest way to get what you want, but it's a "read only" option as you can't edit the data while in preview mode.
You can, however use a series of one row portals to arrange records into rows and columns like you show in your example. This requires setting up a relationship such as:
Yourtable::Target = YourTable 2::Target
Target 2 is a second occurrence of Target created on the relationships tab by selecting Target and clicking the button with two green plus signs. (The duplicate button)
You set up your first portal with "initial row 1" and then make a copy of it, but change it to "initial row 2". Repeat with each such portal incrementing the "initial row" setting in portal setup for each. This will produce a layout with an upper limit, if you get more matching records than you have set up portals, you won't be able to see them all.