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Two DateField side-by-side not displaying properly

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I am trying to use the datefield attribute for two dates side-by-side and they are not displaying properly.  the second date shows up muchlower that the first date.  Any help appreciated.
<TR>									
	<TD ALIGN="right">Entered Date Range</TD>
	<TD>
		<CFINPUT TYPE="datefield" mask="MM/DD/YYYY" NAME="EnteredBegDate" value="" SIZE=10 MAXLENGTH=10>
		&nbsp;to&nbsp;
		<CFINPUT TYPE="datefield" mask="MM/DD/YYYY" NAME="EnteredEndDate" value="" SIZE=10 MAXLENGTH=10>	
	</TD>										
</TR>

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you can style a div to offset and move up

     <TD ALIGN="right">Entered Date Range</TD>
        <TD>
                <CFINPUT TYPE="datefield" mask="MM/DD/YYYY" NAME="EnteredBegDate" value="" SIZE=10 MAXLENGTH=10>
                 to<div style="margin-left:120px;margin-top:-20px;">
                <CFINPUT  TYPE="datefield" mask="MM/DD/YYYY" NAME="EnteredEndDate" value="01/01/2001" SIZE=10 MAXLENGTH=10>        
        </div>
            </TD>  
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Thank you.
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