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Sometimes, getting your newsletter printed can be a complicated affair. Collecting articles, chasing images, correcting copy, all take up valuable time.
We’ve put together a few suggestions that we think will make life a little easier. Simple things you can do that will speed up the process and help take off the pressure. The key to this is the ‘Page Planner’ downloadable on the left. This will be supplied to you as a pdf document and completing it will give us clear directions on your requirements.
It will also act as a check-list so you can be sure you are passing on all the information required for us to do the job right first time. Ultimately this could save both time and money. Which is something we're sure will please your finance team as much as yourselves. Please give it a go. If you need any further explanation, just call us. And if there's something you think of that will improve it, please let us know.
Here’s some bite sized advice that could make a big difference:
- Fill out the supplied ‘page planner’ (see below). This should make clear to us which image goes with which article. This is also your opportunity to mention additional details/notes you may have for us.
- Where possible give a clear indication of the article priorities for each individual page - ie the lead story, supporting articles.
- Include in the article notes if any article can be dropped from the newsletter or moved to an alternative page. Please note, we will always try to accommodate all the articles you supply however, sometimes it is impossible to do so without increasing the number of pages.
- All articles should be spell checked and proof read prior to being sent to us.
- Articles should be signed off by the appropriate people prior to being sent to us.
- Images should be of a high print quality (ie 300 dpi). Generally this means the bigger the image the better. These should be supplied as EPS, tiff or Jpg. Please note images taken from the internet will produce poor quality print.
- Wherever possible logos should be provided in the original format (eg. illustrator, Freehand, EPS).
- All text and images should be supplied in separate folders for each page - for example, everything for the cover, should be in a folder titled ‘Cover’.
- If possible, print a hard copy of all the articles and images - clearly marked with the page number.