- 1). Open your image in Adobe Photoshop. Click "File" on the menu bar. Select "Open" from the list, and locate your image using the navigation window.
- 2). Select your entire image. You can do this in two ways. You can click "Select" on the menu bar and click "All" on the drop down menu. You can also click "CTRL" and "A" simultaneously on your keyboard, or "COMMAND" and "A," if using a Mac.
- 3). Click "Edit" on the menu bar and click "Stroke" on the drop down menu.
- 4). Select a color for your border. Click the "Color" box on your "Stroke" menu. Your "Color Picker" will appear in a new window. Select any color by clicking with your mouse. Click "OK" to confirm.
- 5). Select a size for your border. Click your mouse inside the "Width" box on your "Stroke" menu and enter a number. For a pencil thin border, try inserting a number between five and 10 pixels. For thick borders, try entering a number between 50 and 100. Click "OK" when you finish.
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