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Earlier this year my friend asked me to upgrade his MBP from OS 10.6 to 10.9. I did that and things worked fine.

Yesterday he said that in recent days when he did a Spotlight search, the results inexplicably were shown in reverse order. i.e. the top of the list of the search result starts with "z" and "a" appears last. I took a look and couldn't find a way to make the list shown in the conventional ascending order a to z. This doesn't happen to me with Spotlight search as I am also running OS 10.9. I can't find a solution after doing a Google search.

Tips and help would appreciate.
 

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Was hoping someone who has Stoplight active would address this one.

I am just guessing as I am not going to activate the beast for any reason whatsoever. That said; normally with any Mac window, if you click the header of a column it will reverse the order of display.
 

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Thanks. I always use the Column view, so I forget that there is a little triangle to click to change the display order in List view.
 
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