change column order in Mysql Query browser

Posted on 2009-05-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-07
When you use the table editor in query browser it displays the columsn in a particular order, presumably the order in which they are created. CAn i change the order in which they are displayed?
Question by:andieje
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select co3, col1, col2 from yourtable 

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in query browse can you move column head to the left or right

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I'm not sure you have understood my question. I am on about the display of columns in the Table Editor. I can't see anything to move columns up and down in the display

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I could not find anything to change the column order. The best I could do was to recreate the table with the columsn in the desired order in the create statement

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