Scrivener 3 Latex to PDF

Good Day Everyone,
I am new to Latex and Scrivener. I would like to use Scrivener to make a mathematical documentation for my colleagues, I would like to do this over Scrivener since I feel more organized writing papers on it. Is there any way to Export/Compile directly to PDF file? I hope to get some answer for this.

Thank You!!

A good place to start might be with the “General Non-Fiction (LATEX)” template that Scrivener provides …

Follow-up by reviewing the section on “Final Phases → Compiling the Draft” in the Scrivener Manual !

For help with LaTeX,, and numerous others …

The mother-lode repository for LaTeX packages is located at

“The Comprehensive TEX Archive Network (CTAN) is the central place for all kinds of material around TEX. CTAN has currently 6023 packages. 2771 contributors have contributed to it. Most of the packages are free and can be downloaded and used immediately.”


Looks like @scrive just above has given some well experienced advice - well done.

Here’s a page which might give something further on the entering equations part - several items in it:


I suspect several would be interested if you continue this thread with some report of how it goes, and what you find you want to use.

Also if it continues to be Latex, though that sounds an ideal way to get Scrivener’s benefits for the whole thesis construction while keeping the maths embedded…

Best fortune on your endeavors!

@narrsd: Another excellent reference !

I have read the Scrivener Manual. Knowing that I can export directly to PDF by using MultiMarkDown > PDF
.This option will not appear unless pdflatex or xelatex has been installed on the system.
I verified that both is installed by running the commands through the command prompt. But still, seeing no MultiMarkDown > PDF Option. Any words about this?

Just a suggestion, the Multimarkdown and LaTeX forum would be a better place for this thread, so perhaps a moderator will move it.

You should look for any answers to that question there too.



Another excellent online LaTeX reference (there are so many!) can be found at: