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You may inject Custom CSS to achieve that. I cloned your form and managed to get it positioned like this:
And here's your original spacing for comparison:
I also took the initiative of adjusting the "Tursi's Latin King" line a bit to the left using CSS so it aligns perfectly with the element on top of it. Here are the codes that I used:
And this is how and where you can inject them on your dashboard:
Should you need to adjust the position further, just edit the values of the margins I used. Increasing the negative value of margin-top will move the element a bit higher (and vice versa). Increasing the negative value of margin-left will move the element a bit to the left (and vice versa).
Hope that helps! Don't hesitate to reach out if you need further help.
Just to add what has already been shared by jimjotform, you can check the video tutorials on how to edit your form's layout using the Form Designer Tool: https://www.jotform.com/help/300-Form-Designer-Tutorial-Let-s-create-fantastic-forms-
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