How do I add a new Column at a specific position?

I am using the below T-SQL script to modify a table:

      ADD [USERPASSWORDDATE] [smalldatetime] NULL

I would like to add the new column at a specific position in the table.  Is there a way to do this?  Right now, when I run this script, it tacks the new column on the end of the table.  I need the new column at a specific location because some programs in my application need particular fields at certain positions.

Thanks for any help
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You can use the Enterprise Manager to move the column.  Just right-click the table name and choose Design.  At that point, left-click once on the row of the column name you want to move (to highlight it) and then click again and drag/drop.

To insert it with an SQL statement, you can find that answer here:

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