Alternatively you may use the script, I posted here earlier. It converts many formats (including Markdown, DOCX and etc.) to professional looking PDFs using pandoc.
- It preserves all the links in the document (print function doesn’t)
- Creates TOC in the PDF outline from the Headings (MD, as well as DOCX)
- Batch converting in DTPO (recreating all the replicants of the source files, and other metadata, including tags)
- Extremely flexible PDF output
- Many input text formats
- You’ll have to install and setup pandoc
- Need to convert DOCs to DOCXs (if you still have DOCs)
- If you need to preserve complex DOCX formatting, you’ll need to use the templates, custom styles or setup other pdf-engines (see the pandoc manual). In this script I used XeTeX, but pandoc supports also ConTeXt, pdfroff, wkhtmltopdf, weasyprint and prince.