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Problem with insertion of image into columns of table in MSWord

When we insert image into all the columns of a table, we see a small gap between the images in each of the column. If you notice the first image will start from the top of the cell as you insert the next image you will see that it leaves some space on top and then the image will be seen and by the third image the gap is double of that of the second and so on and so forth. Does anyone have an idea as to why the gap keeps on increasing for the subsequent images in the columns

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Re: Problem with insertion of image into columns of table...

A couple of clarifications please!

A) Is this in Excel or Word; And which version?

B) Are the images in one cell in the same column or is each in a separate cell, one per column?

C) If you could post a screen capture of the offending window it would be useful :)

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