Blank template gap between harded coded header image and two columns is there a way to cheat this?

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I am using client's individual account, not agency account to set up a letter head that would be easy for her to edit most of content, photos except for header. need to tie everything together. can't use backdrop because left column is an image and because of the blocks for social and logos at the bottom. 

There is a white gap between the header and the content- probab because header is hard coded so can't adjust padding etc, is there a way to cheat this since I can't use a backdrop ?
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Hey Helen, thanks for posting! If you're using the Blank with an Editable Header template, there's a little bit of padding between the header image and the body of the email. You can avoid that gap by inserting a top row above the columns, and inserting a full width image block in that row. The image block and image have some padding controls, but you have access to those controls and can reduce the padding and margins to zero. 

I hope this answers your question, but if not, let me know the username you're using to log in and the name of the template, and i'll take a closer look!