The example sentence in the graphic above contains a good example. Including the preposition up may be common and accepted in spoken English, but that usage labels the writer as an amateur in written English.
Adding up makes the sentence structurally inconsistent. The idiom in question is from-to, a pairing of two prepositions, each with each own object. Interjecting to provides one prepositional phrase with one preposition and one object (from) and a second prepositional phrase with two prepositions sharing the same object (up to).
The best structure when using idioms is a parallel one. That’s why in this instance using up in written English is not appropriate. Thus, the example sentence should be rewritten.
Never go from one up to another. Just go from one to another. Your writing will be that much more consistent with proper usage, and that will bolster the professional image you want your professional writing to convey.