HTML Table formatting question for ASP Application

I need some help with some HTML tables that I'm building in an ASP application.  I essentially tried to create a navigation menu within my webpage using nested tables.  So, the first column of my big table contains a nested table that will have several buttons to take the user to other pages.  Looks something like this:

Column A  |  Column B
-------------|--------------
Button1     |  Data
Button2     |  More Data
Button3     |  Still More Data

So, Column A actually contains a nested table within which I am placing each button in each row.  The impotrtant thing to note is that each button is actually an image that I'm using as a form submit button.  So, each cell within this nested table essentially contains a form (which needs no inputs).  

The problem I am facing comes up in formatting this table.  The form submit buttons seem to always have an extra space in between each other.  I'm not sure how to get rid of these spaces between each button and if I were to leave it as is, the page looks funny.  How do bring these buttons closer together (i.e. remove the vertical spacing between them)?  I really wish I could attach a screenshot to show you exactly what I mean....

Thanks all for your help!
sviriyalAsked:
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stejamCommented:
Have you tried using CSS to set the margin on the form tag to zero? Also you could set the img tag margin to zero as well. That may work.
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sviriyalAuthor Commented:
How do I set the img tag margin to zero?  I'm don't think I have ever seen that property before...
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sviriyalAuthor Commented:
Don't worry about my last response.  That worked like a charm!!!!  Thanks a lot for your help!
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stejamCommented:
No worries, good luck on your project
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