How to make "Remark" at top of Access-List

Hello Experts,

When I do a "sh run" my remark is at the bottom of the Access-List. Is there a simple way to make it the top or the first entry of the ACL? I can delete the whole thing but was wondering if it was actually a line such as "10" or "20" and can reorganize it that way.
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katredrumAsked:
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RunningGagCommented:
The only way to do this is to remove the ACL and redo it.  The best way would be to put the thing in a text document, including the removal command, and put it in the order you want.

If you apply them the whole thing at once, the change should be fast enough that no one will notice.

Here's the documentation:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_0t/12_0t2/feature/guide/comment.html

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katredrumAuthor Commented:
Thanks, I was hoping there was another way to do this.
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