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MVC 4 and Entity Framework

Have another question about MVC. I have used the Model and Entity Framework to build and modify a SQL Server with CRUD. Couple questions about this:

You have a model with LabelA and TextboxA, LabelB and TextboxB, LabelC and TextboxC with each Label and Textbox combo displayed on its own line. In the View I wanted the Label and Textbox combo to display like this:
LabelB and TextboxB
LabelA and TextboxA
LabelC and TextboxC

or this:

LabelC and TextboxC
LabelB and TextboxB
LabelA and TextboxA

Since the Controller, View and Model work together to display DHTML, is this possible? I know the easy answer is to rearrange the Label and Textbox combos in the Model but I want to know if it can be done in the View and if so, how?
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Craig WagnerSoftware ArchitectCommented:
Your model doesn't contain textboxes, it contains data. I'm not sure why you have labels in your model (rather than using data annotations), but regardless, the View is the only thing that displays HTML (not DHTML). Simply write the view to display the information in whatever order/format you like.
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