Email your presentation to others

In PowerPoint 2013 and PowerPoint 2016, you can send your presentation to others using e-mail. You can send your presentation as an attachment, a link, a PDF file, an XPS file, or as an Internet Fax.

Important:  You won’t be able to email your presentation directly from PowerPoint on a Windows RT PC. Instead, you can open an email program, create your email, and attach the presentation to it.

  1. Select File > Share > Email

  2. Under Email, click one of the following:

    • Send as Attachment to attach your presentation to an email message.

    • Send a Link to create an email that contains a link to your presentation.

      Note: Before you Send a Link, you must save your presentation to a shared location, such as a website or document library that your recipients have permission to access.

    • Send as PDF to save your presentation as a Portable Document Format (.pdf) file, and then attach the PDF file to an email message.

    • Send as XPS to save your presentation as a .xps file, and then attach the file to an email message.

    • Send as Internet Fax to send your presentation as a fax without using a fax machine. This option requires you to first sign up with a fax service provider. If you haven't already signed up with a fax service provider, click Send as Internet Fax, and you'll be directed to a website where you can select a provider.

Notes: If the presentation you're planning to send through email contains audio or video files, do one or both of the following:

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