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Can I effect the order in which the web methods appear?

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Hi,

My little prototype has grown and grown in size, and now when I look at the test page, I see a bunch of method names which are neither in alphabetical order nor in the order in which they appear in the code.

Can I effect the order in which the methods are listed?  It's really slowing me down to not be able to finc a method quickly.

Thanks,
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