Search Order of Code Modules when using Find with "Current Project" selected

When I am searching through my Access VBA Code modules (by using Find with "Current Project" selected) the order of the modules is not by Module name.  The search might go through frmCustomer, then to module m_InterestCalculation, then to rptAmortization, then to frmLogin and then to clsCustomer.

I am assuming that the "find" command looks through the code modules in the order they were created or some internal number assigned to each module,

Is there a way to make the search go through the modules in the order they appear in the Project Explorer?
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
No that I know of. I live with it.


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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Me too.

Most of the time I am searching for a string, so I don't really care about the order of the search, as long as the string is found...

And certainly this is the first time I have seen this question here...
So yes, it is a curiosity, ...but usually no big deal for most Access developers in general ...

And if your next question is how to sort the modules by "date created", ...there is no way to do this AFAIK

RCUllrichAuthor Commented:
I'll leave this question open for a few days in case there is some other insight into the module search algorithm.
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
...and I am not seeking any points for my post as cactus_data has already answered your question...
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