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How do I move these menus so they are against the logo?

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I have a Thesis framework Wordpress site here:

http://rentawebguy.com/jen/

I've put a border around the menus and logo to show where they are positioned.

I am wanted the menus on either side to butt up against the logo as show in the attached graphic.

#thesis_header_image {border:1px solid gray; width: 229px; height: 131px; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;}
#menu-menuright.menu {border:1px solid gray; float: right; margin-top: -100px; font-weight: bold; }
#menu-menuleft.menu {border:1px solid gray; float: left; margin-top: -100px; font-weight: bold;}
.sub-menu {font-weight: normal;}

Any help is appreciated.
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Question by:Donnie Walker
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To #menu-menuright.menu {} add width:350px

To #menu-menuleft.menu {} add margin-left: 30px;

Tweak as necessary
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by:Donnie Walker
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that was what I needed. Thanks!
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