A checklist is a great way to let it all go and help you get in control of your yearbook again.

When stress and anxiety are all you can think of during final deadlines, a checklist is a great way to let it all go and help you get in control of your yearbook again.


Here are a few things that you can put on your checklist during this final yearbook deadline season: • Finish your remaining pages five days before their deadline. • Spell-check the entire book. • Spot & remove any inappropriate photos or language. • Check the print margin and make sure no text blocks or images get cut off (besides the background). • Ensure there is proper bleed on all four sides of the text pages. • Center the text on the spine.


Sarah Y. Tse, Founder of United Yearbook


Sarah received her M.A. in Marketing from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and her B.A. in Computer Graphics Design from Biola University. She co-founded TSE Worldwide Press in 2004, and established United Yearbook Printing in 2008. Sarah takes pleasure in mentoring and teaching others the art of self publishing, especially with those who are first-time authors, teenagers, or community leaders such as police officers, school administrators, and school teachers. Sarah is passionate about empowering people to see and activate the God-given potential which resides in each of us. Sarah’s motto is “You can do it!”

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