Use e-mail to send a presentation or a link to a presentation

You can send your Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation to others via e-mail as an attachment, a link, a PDF file, an XPS file, or as an Internet Fax.

 Note   If the presentation you're planning to send through e-mail contains audio or video files, do one or both of the following:

  1. Click the File tab.
  1. Click Save & Send, and then under Save & Send, click Send Using E-mail.
  2. Under Send Using E-mail, do one of the following:

The Send Using E-mail options

  • Click Send as Attachment to attach your presentation to an e-mail message.
  • Click Send a Link to create an e-mail that contains a link to your presentation.
    1.  Note   Before you click Send a Link, you must save your presentation to a shared location, such as a web site or document library that your recipients have permission to access.

  • Click Send as PDF to save your presentation as a Portable Document Format (.pdf) file, and then attach the PDF file to an e-mail message. For more information about PDF files, see File formats that are supported in PowerPoint 2010.
  • Click Send as XPS to save your presentation as a .xps file, and then attach the file to a e-mail message. For more information about XPS files, see File formats that are supported in PowerPoint 2010.
  • Click Send as Internet Fax to send your presentation as a fax without using a fax machine.

 Note   This option requires that you first sign up with a fax service provider. If you have not already signed up with a fax service provider, click Send as Internet Fax, and you will be directed to a web site where you can select a provider.

 
 
Applies to:
PowerPoint 2010