Make your own booklets by using the design and printing services on sites such as 48HourPrint.com, UPrinting.com or PsPrint.com as of 2015. These sites allow you to upload custom graphics and design booklets with various styles and order prints directly. Alternately, create your own designs through programs such as Microsoft Word or Adobe Photoshop, then print them at home or at a local print shop.
When using an online printing service, begin by examining the cost of printing to understand any limitations you may face, such as color or page restrictions. Use the available tools to create a cover, either using a custom graphic or a stock image, if available. Some tools also allow you to type in the content for the pages of the booklet, while others require you to upload each page from an existing file. Most booklet design tools available from printing companies include previews that allow you to ensure that the appropriate information appears on the correct pages.
To design a booklet in Microsoft Word, begin by choosing the paper size and the resulting booklet size, such as standard letter paper with a booklet half the size of the sheet. Change the page orientation and margins to account for the appropriate number and size of the pages. Photoshop follows a similar method, but does not include margin spacing options. Instead, you must manually place each image and piece of text.