Can webparts be easily moved?

Hello, I'm new to Sharepoint and I'm working with the 2013 free version. I've set up two document libraries and added them as web parts to the home page. Is there a way for these to be displayed in alphabetical order? When I edit the page and click on each of the web parts, I can see the properties of each part, but don't see if there is a way for them to be arranged so they are sorted in ascending order by document library name. Is this possible to do? Or do I need to delete both parts and rebuild them? Thanks in advance!
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Jamie McAllister MVPSharePoint ConsultantCommented:
In the properties of the webpart there is an Index value. That is the display order. You can also drag them to re-order when editing the page.

You need to do the ordering though, they won't display by alphabetical order automatically.
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jp2558tciAuthor Commented:
Thanks - I'll look at the index values.
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Keyboard CowboyCommented:
If you're using IE - you can drag them around too - won't work on FF, Chrome, (I don't think edge either but worth try - I hate Edge personally).
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jp2558tciAuthor Commented:
Index values worked.
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Keyboard CowboyCommented:
Question answered.
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