Thank you for reaching out to us. I see that you have the original PDF uploaded to the library in addition to your JPG. In order to have all of the pages in a JPG format, you would have to convert each page separately into a JPG format and then save to your computer before upload. However, where the PDF is 20 pages long there is a good chance it will be too long to have in an email for most email clients to render properly. As an alternative to converting all pages into JPG files, you can also consider putting the first page of that brochure into the email and linking to the full PDF.
To get the link to your full brochure, you can click on the thumbnail of the PDF file in your library. This will pop-up a small window, showing a preview image of the file. Under the preview image, you will see a file URL. From here, you can copy that URL and insert this into your email.
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