For at few releases now (since at least 2009), you’ve been able to personalize the display of the AutoCAD LT Layer Properties Manager.
Besides clicking on a column to sort the layer list by that value, you can also drag and drop headers to reorganize them.
If you want to take it further, right-click on a column header to bring up a menu where you can turn columns on and off:
(This screenshot is from modelspace – if you’re in a layout, you’ll get more options for VP Color etc.)
The options at the bottom are handy too. “Maximizing” a column stretches it out until you can see the entire title in the column header. “Optimizing” a column stretches or condenses it until you can see all the important information in the column itself, whether it’s as wide as the longest layer name or as small as the width of an icon.
To put things back to the out-of-the-box configuration, use the “restore” option all the way at the bottom.
The “Customize” option just gives you a dialog version of the right-click menu, so you can control the display and order of multiple columns.
(I don’t have access to older versions of AutoCAD LT right now, but when I figure out exactly when this ability was added I’ll update the post.)