Photoshop is used to create and edit images and shapes for publications and the Web. Adding a border to a new or existing shape or image only takes a few minutes. You can apply a border to a selected layer within the file. The stroke feature lets you customise the type of border you want to create. You can specify your border's width and colour and then position it inside, outside or centrally around a shape or image.
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Open the image you want to edit in Photoshop.
Go to the "Layers" palette and select the layer containing the shape or image where the border will go.
Select the "Add a layer style" button from the bottom of the "Layers" palette, and then click "Stroke." The "Layer Style" dialogue box opens.
Choose a border size from "Size."
Click the colour picker beside "Color" to choose a border colour. Then click "OK."
Choose a position for the border and click "OK."
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