Leviton light switches.
In a dual box next to an outside door there are two light switches. One is the single control for a porch light, the other is a one of four switches that turn on/off the hall way lights.
Of course the installer put the hallway light switch adjacent to the door opening and the porch light switch way on the inside. Plus, paid no attention to having all of the individual multiple switches end up in any proper position when the hallway light is off, so want to change. Swapping these two switches in their physical location in the box is no problem the wiring appears to be long enough, although the cabling comes down through the inlet holes in the wrong places. but still reaches.
Big problem is the best way to change the switching action of the multiple control switch. Went to google, not much help there. as usual. Did find that 4 wire means 3 switches, not four. and nothing for 5-wire and found an interesting description of how a 'control' switch is in the box that supplies wiring up to the fixture. That may be this box, but doubt it, because this switch has four leads.
However *if* this is the cable that goes up to the light fixtures; why there would be a RED and a BLACK going to the fixtures when all I need is the BLACK power going up there. So, thought I'd ask.
Ignoring GND wiring that's all done correctly. There is a cable with RED, BLACK, and WHITE, call it CABLE A. Another cable, call it CABLE B has RED, BLACK, and WHITE. As expected the WHITE is simply bypassing everything with a wire nut. BLACK A goes to IN at the top of the switch. BLACK B goes to OUT at the top of the switch. RED A goes to IN close to bottom of switch and RED B goes to OUT close to bottom of switch.
What is the best way to rewire the switch to get the inverse from what it is now and the 'proper' position?