In order to send files or attachments from your Gmail you will need to know where the file is located in your computer.
Add an attachment to your email
- Create a new email by clicking Compose in the top left of your screen
- To attach a file to your new email message, click the paperclip icon, next to the send button.
- Now you will need to browse to your files location and click on it.
- Clock Open.
- Remove attachments from your email message by clicking on thexnext to the file near the bottom of your message.
Attachment limits on file size
Many email systems place limits on the size of file attachments to no more than 5 or 10 megabytes in size. Gmail allows you to send attachments up to 25 megabytes (MB). There are a number of alternatives to sending files which are larger.
You can take advantage of GoogleDrive by visiting:https://drive.google.com
Google Drive comes with 15 GB of free storage and allows users to transfer files of larger size between computers with ease and very little hassle.