troubleshooting Question

Non clustered primary key

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WizillingFlag for New Zealand asked on
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I did a sp_helpindex on some of me SQL 7 tables
the results I got for the primary key are "nonclustered, unique, primary key located on PRIMARY"
and there are many tables with primary keys but they are not clustered .

How is this possible?
How can we change it to be Clustered. ?
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