How to Remove a Border in Photoshop

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Adobe Photoshop is graphics-editing software used by professionals in many industries. The software also caters to home consumers who want an advanced photo editing platform than what comes with the laptop or computer purchase. Among its capabilities is the option to remove a border from an image. There are two simple ways of achieving this through Photoshop.


Step 1

Open Photoshop on your computer or laptop. Go to "File" and select "Open." Browse though the dialog box and locate the photo you would like to open in Photoshop.

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Step 2

Go to "Image," located on the top of the menu bar, and select "Crop." Dotted lines will appear around the image, enabling the crop tool inside your picture. Select the area inside the border by holding down and dragging the dotted lines with your left mouse button to crop the photo. When satisfied, press "OK."



Step 3

Remove the layer styling if cropping the photo does not remove the border. Located on the menu bar, press "Layer" and select "Layer Styling." From here you can select "Delete Layer Styling."




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