Email your presentation

In PowerPoint Online, you can send a file as an attachment in Outlook.com or Outlook Web App in Office 365. The recipient will get a copy of the file, and if they want to edit it, they’ll have to save it with a new name. You can also send a link to your presentation that lives in the cloud.

From Outlook.com

  1. Create a new message.

  2. On the Insert tab, click File as attachments.

    Attach a file

  3. Go to your OneDrive folder, and then to the folder that contains the presentation you want to send.

  4. Double-click the file to attach it to the email.

  5. In the To box, add the email addresses of the people you want to send the attachment to, and then add a subject.

  6. Click Send In Outlook.com, click Send. .

From Outlook Web App in Office 365

  1. In Office 365, at the top of the page, click Outlook Outlook .

  2. Click New mail Create a new email .

  3. Enter your recipient’s email addresses and the subject, click Insert, and then click attachment.

Insert attachment

  1. Go to your OneDrive for Business folder.

OneDrive for Business folder

  1. Browse for the presentation file, and then click Open.

  2. Click Send.

Send a link to your presentation from PowerPoint Online

  1. Click the Share tab Click the Share tab .

  2. Under Share, click Send email.

Email a link to your presentation

  1. Enter the email addresses of the people you want to send the link to, and then type a message.

  2. If you want them to be able to edit your presentation, check Recipients can edit.

  3. If you’re worried the email will be forwarded to people who you don’t want to see your presentation, check Require everyone who accesses this to sign in (to a Microsoft account).

Options for sending your presentation

  1. Click Share.

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