How to Create Tables from Scratch in Microsoft Word 2010

I am trying to layout a list vertically that has a checkbox, image and description....

see here for an example...

As you can see the images look a bit too high and i would like them to 'sink' a little to line up with the text and checkbox.

i put them in a table to get around the issue, but it acts just the same as an unordered list and the image sits higher.

i tried using valign=top for the text and checkbox but this doesnt seem to work, neither does adding a bottom-margin to the text, or adding a top-margin to the image.

does anyone have any advice?

here is the markup...

<input type='checkbox' /> Skatepark Park
<input type='checkbox' /> Recommended Skatepark Recommended Park
<input type='checkbox' /> Skate Shop Skate Shop
<input type='checkbox' /> Unconfirmed Skatepark Unconfirmed Park

and the old code, as an unordered list...

  • SkateparkPark
  • SkateparkRecommended Park
  • SkateparkSkate Shop
  • SkateparkUnconfirmed Park

The list will do. You need to apply the 'vertical-align:top' style to the images. I usually use 'middle' for this which looks a little better for one-liners.

This can be done in your image direction, as in:


Or by CSS:

#mapLegend li img { vertical-align:top; } 

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