To give the image a finished look, you'll add a border to it.
1 Click the Create a New Layer button (a) in the Layers palette. (It doesn't matter which layer is currently selected because you're going to move the new layer a little later.)
2 Double-click the new Layer 1, and type Image Border to rename it.
3 Drag the Image Border layer to the top of the Layers palette stack, until a black line appears immediately above the Words layer set, and then release the mouse button.
The Image Border layer is now the top layer in the image.
4 Choose Select > All to select the entire image.
5 Choose Edit > Stroke. In the Stroke area, enter 5 px for Width and click OK. (Or, for a more dramatic black border, enter a larger number, such as 10 or 15 pixels.)
A 5-pixel-wide black stroke now appears around the entire image.
0 Inside 0 Center 0 Outside
Mode: Normal S ^
Opacity:] 100 \% 0 Preserve Transparency
6 Choose Select > Deselect to deselect the entire image.
7 Choose File > Save.
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