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How to make a thin line around picture?

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I would like to know that how can I make a thin line around the picture?

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I would select the region that you want the line around (Control-A if you want your entire canvas), then Edit-Stroke. I usually use a 1 pixel, black, centered stroke for web graphics, but you may want to use a thicker line if you are working with higher resolution art.
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