No is not possible, for multiple reasons not least the basic fundamental on which these multiple variables are build.
Bear in mind that:
+ in multi-response categorical variables, all the base variables need to have the same equal categories, so that the multiple variable will take into account how many times and in which position they've been answered
+ in multi-dichotomous variables, all the base variables need to have the same equal categories, so that the multi-dichotomous will create categories that are the base variables when the count value is true.
So, a case that we already encounter with some customers could be that your base variables have a very high number of categories and you want not to consider all of them to create the multi-response.
In this case, the trick is to create some new calculated variables which will have the exact categories and in the desired order, starting from the base variables. Once you have this new calculated variables you can use them as 'base variables' for your multi-response.
Same thing if you want to sort categories in a multiple. Multiples are created following the exact order in which categories are in your base variables, so if you like to have a different order you need to change your base variables, create some new calculated ones which will have your customized criteria and use these as base variables for the multi-responses.