Whereas Photoshop has "Actions", Paint Shop Pro has "Scripts". They have the same use - that is to record and save a series of steps that you wish to apply to multiple images. It is a time saver if you know you are going to repeat the same series of steps on several images.
In Paint Shop Pro (PSP), under File, choose Script and Start Recording. Now any steps you make on your image will be recorded as a script.
For this example, the steps chosen were simple - a fill for the image, and a border added. Pop up boxes will still open for any step that usually has them - such as to choose the size and color of the border. But the recording does not cease until you choose. When you have completed all the steps you wish to apply, go back to File, Script, and select Save Recording.
A box will open giving you an opportunity to name the script. If it's something you are only using for one project, you can give it that project name; if it is something you will use often give it a simple easy name to remember, like FillandBorder.
When you open the next image you wish to use the script on, check your drop down box for Scripts in your toolbar. It will be there, and you can choose it and click the arrow to apply. Again, every time a pop up box with options is needed, it will open. You make the choices you want and click okay, then the script continues.
If you haven't already, try out some of the scripts that came with your PSP program. You can stop them at any point, as well, with File, Script, Stop. The script will be taking place before you on the screen, so you can see if there is a place you want to stop the script. Be quick, though, or redo and try again. Some of the scripts run pretty quickly!