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Sidebar issue for some

Hi- I do a lot of work for a company, making sites like this:

http: s27 [dot] funeral home web hosting [dot] com

The templates were created by a third party. My boss uses the same browsers as me, slightly different IE version (FF 3.6 and he uses IE 7, I use IE8)

But for him, often the handicapped symbol in the left sidebar hangs below the main part of the page, while for me I will see a large space below it.

I can't figure out what it is that causes this, but I want to fix it so no one sees the address or handicapped symbol hanging below the main part of the page like this:
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I checked in IE 7 & 8 and couldn't see any problem on Windows 7.  The code you are running though is horrendously outdated and depreciated.  I'm sure you already knew that.

What I may suggest though, if you keep this kind of coding(tables), make a new row for the HR and the image.  You should have better control then.
mel200Author Commented:
ok, thanks
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