Re: Dubya style sentence formulation
"Select the Group Name that you want to change the item order for."
"Select the Group Name for which you want to change the item order."
They both stink.
An answer I wait with anticipation for... wait, lemme rephrase that...
Here is the answer for anticipation you have waited with.
To change the item order, select a Group Name.
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