How to resequence the order of the output from West to East using one entry point in MailStream Plus

Can users setup a job that has 1 entry point to go East to West or West to East?
For a single entry point job, users can use the ‘NDC SQ’ or ‘SCF SQ’ parameter. 

To use the NDC SQ or SCF SQ, a job must also have :
if the job is not using a SRTFLn parameters.

If the job has SRTFLn parameters, then the job must include sort fields:
101, 201, and 301 if using NDC SQ,  
104, 204, and 304 if using SCF SQ,
or 005, 010, and 011, which include the 6 fields above.

To use the SCF SQ parameter
Go to - and locate the labeling list -  L005 3-Digit ZIP Code Prefix Groups - SCF Sortation

You must enter the Original SCF Code for each value you want to change:
The SCF Code may be any number from 001 to 999.  SCF Codes may be specified in any order.
You must also enter the Sequence Number for each value you want to change:
The sequence numbers may be any number from 1 to 999.  Initial sequence numbers use their SCF codes. However, once sequence numbers change by using this parameter, none of the sequence numbers may relate to any SCF codes.  For example: if the SCF 999 is changed to sequence number 1, then SCF 001 becomes sequence number 2, and so on. All of the sequence numbers for SCF codes 001 through 999 change from their initial settings in this example. Two or more SCF codes may have the same sequence number. The result is that they are sorted together as one SCF. But to do this you must specify each on this parameter.
To use the NDC SQ parameter :
You must enter the NDC ID Define the ID of the NDC to be assigned a new sequence number. See NDC IDs - Destination and Classification Information found in the MSP Reference Guide on the page following the NDC SQ. This list is the order used by default. 
You must also enter the Sequence Number - Define the new sequence number to be assigned.
Place these in the order that you want the output to be sequenced in if different than the default order.
Please refer to the layout of these parameter in the MSP Reference Guide. 

UPDATED:  April 24, 2017