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unexplained space in a table cell

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Hello

I'm don't do much html/css and I'm having trouble with a basic layout.

I have a table whose first row is a nested table containing previous and next buttons (which are themselves a nested table)

In this first table row I have about 10px of space underneath the buttons and I don't know where it is coming from. You can see the problem here on the top row of the calendar

http://www.docexdemo.com/retrofit/book-mot.php

Please can you advise what I am donig wrong.

thanks
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The problem is on line 94 of default.css
h6, p, ul, ol, address, blockquote, dl, table {
  font-size: 1em;
  margin-bottom: 1.2em; /*<==== This is causing the gap*/
}

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