Shortcut command to add a specific border?

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I want to create a shortcut to put on the Quick Access Toolbar which does the following:

Add a 10 pixel White color border. Is this possible?
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I don't know how to make that possible, but I'm sure you know you can put the border option on the quick access bar, but then you'd also have to select the 10 pixel.  The other option, which might be better is to save that style as a "Quick Style" so it's there all the time and you just need one click.
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How do you add a Border Quick Style?
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Thanks Greg, this works.

1. However, it is not possible to apply such a Quick Style twice: You have to first click somewhere else, then back on the Quick Style to apply it a second time. Or is there an other way to apply it twice without this workaround?

2. Is it possible to put this Quick Style on the Quick Access Toolbar? I don't like having to click several times when ONE CLICK should be sufficient.
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1.  Do you mean you want to apply the border twice on one image (so instead of 10 pix you want to apply 20)?  You could just create another quickstyle for 20 pixels, but I see what you mean, you can't apply it twice without clicking somewhere else.
2.  No, unfortunately I do not.

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