Fletcher on 21 Mar, 2019 09:32 PM
If you haven't used LaTeX before, then I would stick with the printing to PDF approach. For most people it gives sufficiently high quality results without much effort beyond customizing CSS)
If you want high quality PDF, then google LaTeX and explore for a bit to see if it's something you would want to try out. It's a bit of a time commitment, especially if you want to customize the layout. But you can get higher quality results than with just about anything else I have seen.
3. Export your MultiMarkdown file to LaTeX (from Composer or via command line. Doesn't matter)
4. convert your latex file to PDF (pdflatex is the basic command, but there are also some other steps. I use a script called latexmk to help out. And MultiMarkdown includes the `mmd2pdf`to help out in calling it.)
5. You'll need to set the proper metadata in your file. The easiest approach is `latex config`