How to Email a WAV File

by ContributorUpdated May 12, 2020
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Waveform Audio File Format (WAV, WAVE) is an audio file compatible with Microsoft Windows, Linux and Macintosh operating systems. WAV files are larger than other audio formats such as MP3s and WMAs, but users have the ability to email a wave file to their friends, family or another person. Email clients have a feature called an "attachment," used to transfer documents, videos, music and images via email.

After starting a new message and entering the recipient's email address in the "To:" box, click "Attachments" to load a WAV file.

Attaching file in Outlook email.

Browse your hard drive to locate the WAV file you want to email and click "Open."

Selecting WAV file from hard drive to attach in email.

Choose if you want to attach as a copy or upload as a OneDrive personal link.

Email attachment upload options.

Wait for the file to load and hit "Send" to send the WAV file via email.

Uploaded attachment in new email.

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