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I need to move coloumns in Dream Weaver cs5 how can I do this so they align together

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I need to move some coloumns in Dream Weaver cs5 how can I do this so they align together. I have some pictures attach. and I dont mean the text in the colounm. I mean the actual coloumns i want to lign them up properly.

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by:LZ1
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We really need code or a live URL that we can play with.    

I sincerely hope your not using the DW design view to develop the page
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will i am kinda doing a little a both

<!DOCTYPE HTML>
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
<title>GMG Transportation Registration Form</title>
<meta name="keywords" content="GMG, Trucking, Transportation, GMG Registration, LTL">
<meta name="description" content="One of the premier freight management companies in North America, GMG works with a distinguished network of quality carriers to provide our customers with superior transportation choices. By leveraging the combined freight of all our clients, each client benefits from the volume pricing power of GMG.">

<link href="css/Registration.css" rel="stylesheet" title="Registration" type="text/css" id="Reg">
<link href="css/Registration_style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="all">
</head>
<body>
<form id="Reg_Form" method="post">
<h1>My GMG Registration</h1>
<h3>Account Information</h3>
<fieldset> 
  <strong><legend>User Info</legend></strong><br/>
  <span class="text">User Email:</span>
  <input name="usr_email" type="email" align="left" width="400" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
<span class="text">User Password :</span>
<input name="usr_password" type="password" align="left" width="400" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
<span class="text">Contact :</span>
<input name="usr_contact" type="text" width="400" height="15"/><br><br/>
<span class="text">User Phone / Fax :</span>
<input name="usr_phone" type="tel" width="200" height="15"/>
<input name="fax" type="tel" width="200" height="15"/><br><br/>

</fieldset>
<br><br/>
<fieldset>
<strong><legend>Company</legend></strong><br/>

<span class="text">Name:</span>
<input name="cmp_name" type="text" id="cmp_name" width="400" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
<span class="text">Address :</span>
<input name="cmp_Address" type="text" width="400" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
<span class="text">City/State/Zip :</span>
<input name="cmp_city" type="text" width="100" height="15"/>
    <input name="cmp_state" type="text" width="100" height="15"/> 
    <input name="zip" type="text" width="100" height="15"/> 
    <input name="cmp_country" type="text" width="100" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
    <span class="text">Contact :</span>
    <input name="cmp_contact" type="text" width="400" height="15"/><br><br/>
    <span class="text">Email :</span>
    <input name="cmp_contact" type="email" width="400" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
    <span class="text">Phone/Fax :</span>
    <input name="cmp_phone" type="tel" width="200" height="15"/> 
<input name="cmp_fax" type="tel" width="200" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
</fieldset>
<span class="text"> <br>
IF THE CUSTOMER INFO IS THE SAME AS THE BILL TO CLICK THE BOX :</span>
<input type="checkbox" name="option1" value="match_cmp_billto">
<br>
<br>

<fieldset>
  
  <strong><legend>Bill To</legend></strong><br/>
<span class="text">Name :</span>
<input name="billto_name" width="400" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
<span class="text">Address :</span>
<input name="billto_Address" type="text" width="400" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
<span class="text">City/State/Zip :</span>
<input name="billto_city" type="text" width="100" height="15"/>
    <input name="billto_state" type="text" width="100" height="15"/> 
    <input name="zip" type="text" width="100" height="15"/> 
    <input name="billto_country" type="text" width="100" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
    <span class="text">Contact :</span>
    <input name="billto_contact" type="text" width="400" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font><br><br/>
Email :<input name="billto_contact" type="email" width="400" height="15"/><br><br/>
<span class="text">Phone/Fax :</span>
<input name="billto_phone" type="tel" width="200" height="15"/> 
    <input name="billto_fax" type="tel" width="200" height="15"/><FONT SIZE="2" FONT COLOR="#FF0000">*</font></legend>
    <br>
    <br>
</fieldset>
<br><br/>
      <label>
        <input type="submit" name="Submit" id="Submit" value="Submit" tabindex="0">
      </label>
      <label>
        <input type="reset" name="New" id="New" value="New" tabindex="1">
      </label>
      <label>
        <input type="button" name="Exit" id="Exit" value="Exit" tabindex="2">
      </label>
  </span><p></p>
</form> 
</body>
</html>

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I want to utilize the head, footer , side
so i can box the form in also but having a difficult time doing so.
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by:LZ1
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So when you say "columns" what are you meaning? What is supposed to line up?
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by:1030071002
ID: 37802864
just found all the problems i am having is css3
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by:LZ1
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In your code above, there is no CSS though? Did I miss something?
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by:1030071002
ID: 37802876
check this image out it suppose look like the image
reg_orig
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by:LZ1
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Let me see what I can do
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How's this:
<!DOCTYPE HTML>
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
<title>GMG Transportation Registration Form</title>
<meta name="keywords" content="GMG, Trucking, Transportation, GMG Registration, LTL">
<meta name="description" content="One of the premier freight management companies in North America, GMG works with a distinguished network of quality carriers to provide our customers with superior transportation choices. By leveraging the combined freight of all our clients, each client benefits from the volume pricing power of GMG.">

<style type="text/css">
form{width:960px;margin:0 auto;}
h1{font-size:35px;clear:both;text-align:center;}
h3{background:#F00;color:#fff;font-size:25px;width:100%;clear:both;text-align:center;}

fieldset{clear:both;float:left;width:960px;border:1px solid #ccc;margin:5px;}
fieldset legend{font-weight:bold;}

label{float:left;text-align:right;width:150px;margin:3px 0;clear:left;}
input{margin:3px 0;}
input[type="text"]{float:left;width:80%;}
input#usr_phone, input#fax, input#cmp_phone, input#cmp_fax, input#billto_phone, input#billto_fax{width:39%;}
input#fax, input#cmp_fax, input#billto_fax{margin-left:14px;}
.req{float:left;display:block;color:#F00;clear:right;}
.shortInput{width:26% !important;margin-left: 3px;}
.shipBillSame{width:100% !important;float:left !important;clear:none;}
.shipBillSame label{width:100%;text-align:right;float:right;margin-left:5px;}
.buttons{float:left;width:990px;}
#Submit{float:left;}
#New{float:right;}
#Exit{float:right;}

</style>

</head>
<body>
<form id="Reg_Form" method="post">
<h1>My GMG Registration</h1>
<h3>Account Information</h3>
<fieldset> 
  <legend>User Info</legend>
 <label>User Email:</label>
  <input name="usr_email" type="text" align="left" id="usr_email"><span class="req">*</span>
<label>User Password :</label>
<input name="usr_password" type="text" align="left" id="usr_password"><span class="req">*</span>
<label>Contact :</label>
<input name="usr_contact" type="text" id="usr_contact">
<label>User Phone / Fax :</label>
<input name="usr_phone" type="text" id="usr_phone">
<input name="fax" type="text" id="fax">

</fieldset>

<fieldset>
<legend>Company</legend>

<label>Name:</label>
<input name="cmp_name" type="text" id="cmp_name"><span class="req">*</span>
<label>Address :</label>
<input name="cmp_Address" type="text"><span class="req">*</span>
<label>City/State/Zip :</label>
<input name="cmp_city" type="text" class="shortInput">
    <input name="cmp_state" type="text" class="shortInput"> 
    <input name="zip" type="text" class="shortInput"> 
    <label>Country</label>
    <input name="cmp_country" type="text"><span class="req">*</span>
   <label>Contact :</label>
    <input name="cmp_contact" type="text">
   <label>Email :</label>
    <input name="cmp_contact" type="text"><span class="req">*</span>
   <label>Phone/Fax :</label>
    <input name="cmp_phone" type="text" id="cmp_phone"> 
<input name="cmp_fax" type="text" id="cmp_fax"><span class="req">*</span>
</fieldset>

<fieldset class="shipBillSame">
	<label> IF THE CUSTOMER INFO IS THE SAME AS THE BILL TO CLICK THE BOX :
	<input type="checkbox" name="option1" value="match_cmp_billto">
  </label>
</fieldset>


<fieldset>
  
  <legend>Bill To</legend>
<label>Name :</label>
<input name="billto_name"><span class="req">*</span>
<label>Address :</label>
<input name="billto_Address" type="text"><span class="req">*</span>
<label>City/State/Zip :</label>
    <input name="billto_city" type="text" class="shortInput"  />
    <input name="billto_state" type="text" class="shortInput"  /> 
    <input name="zip" type="text" class="shortInput"  /> 
<label>Country</label>
<input name="billto_country" type="text" /><span class="req">*</span>
   <label>Contact :</label>
    <input name="billto_contact" type="text"><span class="req">*</span>
    <label>Email :</label>
    <input name="billto_contact" type="text">
<label>Phone/Fax :</label>
<input name="billto_phone" type="text" id="billto_phone"> 
    <input name="billto_fax" type="text" id="billto_fax"><span class="req">*</span></legend>
    
    
</fieldset>
<div class="buttons">
        <input type="submit" name="Submit" id="Submit" value="Submit" tabindex="0">
        <input type="reset" name="New" id="New" value="New" tabindex="1">
        <input type="button" name="Exit" id="Exit" value="Exit" tabindex="2">
</div>
</form> 
</body>
</html>

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WOW great
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ID: 37803360
I just need to shrink everything a little what do I adjust to do that
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ID: 37803379
and how did you get the form in the middle
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ID: 37804571
Great Job
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