Answered By: Jessica Maris
Last Updated: Jun 29, 2020     Views: 49752

  1. First save the PowerPoint presentation to your computer. 
  2. Go into Gmail and click Compose. This will open a new box where you can write your email. 
  3. Click the paperclip icon at the bottom of this box to attach a file. 
  4. Find the PowerPoint presentation on your computer and click Open. This will attach it to the email.

Comments (7)

  1. Thank you :)
    by Laura sit on Apr 03, 2017.
  2. This really helped. All this time I've been copying and pasting all my work onto the box and sent it. CX lol tysm.
    by Unknow User on Apr 30, 2017.
  3. A file was attached but it is only 7 kilobytes. My presentation contains several photographs, so I assume the file sent is largely empty of content.
    by Bob on May 07, 2017.
  4. Yes. I would try again and make sure you attached the correct file. If for some reason this happened because the file is too large, try compressing or zipping it and see if that helps.
    by Erin McDaniel on May 08, 2017.
  5. why when i send the file, my friend did not get any information about the file?
    by unknown on Apr 24, 2019.
  6. citrine157, there are too many variables for us to be able to determine what happened. You may want to consider going to a local library and getting help.
    by Kathryn Park on Apr 24, 2019.
  7. Thank you it really helped me a lot.
    by LEAH on Sep 09, 2020.

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