Unless that is something in newer versions of Access, I don't think there is an 'Order By' property for tables. One thing you may want to try because I've seen this mentioned before, is to set your ID field as a primary key. If you already have it set that way or if this doesn't correct the problem, you may want to consider creating a query with all of the fields that you want and have it sort on the ID and then export the query results to your text file.
tried it still no go, I do have the table already presorted and I have ID set as the primary key. When I view the table in ACCESS it's sorted correctly in ascending order by ID, and all the data is in the correct order... still having a misalignment after the conversion to text... and I appreciate all the help again
SOLVED IT!!! again thank you all for the help..
as for anyone else viewing this post.. the solution was that I DID HAVE ID as the PRIMARY KEY when the table was created... taking it out, and having the table order by ID solved it..