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From a letter "m" that was converted to outlines, I would like to cut it in the middle and then take the right piece, duplicate it, flip it horizontally and merge it with the first one.

In other words I want to take the second arch of the m and duplicate it in place of the first arch.

I haven't succeeded in cutting it correctly.

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    Hello 3371862 and welcome to GraphicDesign! What went wrong when you were trying to cut the m? We require more information about your attempts in order to help with implementation – Zach Saucier Mar 13 '16 at 16:51
  • Hello Zach, I was not using the correct tool: was using mask instead of substract. I've found the solution, see below. Thanks for your help. – Renaud Tarnec Mar 13 '16 at 17:58
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Well my question was trivial actually...

Here is a way:

  • Draw a rectangle above the letter, position it as needed
  • Select the letter (converted to outlines) and the rectangle and use the "substract" action: you get the desired part of the letter (i.e. the second "m" arch alone)
  • Duplicate and flip horizontally
  • Position it close to the first one

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