You may reorder the rows of a table such that the values in a particular column are in ascending or descending order.

You must be viewing multiple rows of a table in order to perform a sort. You will not be able to sort if you are only viewing one row at a time.

To sort the rows of a table:

- Click the up arrow icon () to sort the rows such that the values in that column are in ascending order.
- Click the down arrow icon () to sort the rows such that the values in that column in descending order.

Sorting may be applied to both numeric and alphanumeric columns.

To reorder the table based on more than one column, simply sort by one column and then by the others. For instance, sometimes you may want to sort the table so that one column is the primary sort "key" and the second column is the secondary key. In this case, the values in the first column would be sorted across all the rows of the table, and the values in the second column would be sorted in order *only for those rows whose values in the first column are the same*. To get this effect, sort first by the *second* column and then by the first.