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The website from where I took this picture is a religious one and it had the i (capital letter) modified to symbolize a small cross. Maybe for some it's easy to do this but for me as a starter it's quite tricky. I will not use the font from this image. I will use another font to write the text-logo I want afterwich I want to modify the i to symbolize a cross. Any suggestions on how to do this? Thank you!

PS. I know how to work only in Illustrator, Gimp and Inkscape.

this is not a T but a capital I

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    Copy, rotate the "I" and scale it down? Can you tell us what you have tried and why that didn't work. – AndrewH Nov 15 '16 at 19:01
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    What software are you actually using? (You tagged 3) – Cai Nov 15 '16 at 19:47
  • @Cai I am using all of them but mostly Inkscape and Illustrator – Bangoo James Nov 15 '16 at 20:16
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With illustrator, you can do it by this way:

  1. Type a word with text tool (just press the letter t and type)
  2. Select the text and then expand it (Type > Create Outlines or cmd+shift+o)
  3. Add a basic shape (press the letter m in order to select the rect tool)
  4. Open the pathfinder (Window > Pathfinder)
  5. Select the letter "i" of your word and then hold the shift button to select the shape
  6. Click on the merge icon from the pathfinder window

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Hope this work for you.

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