I have made some good grids maps in SAGA, and I need to incorporate these maps and the legends to my prepared manuscript for publication. How do I get these maps out from SAGA. The only way I know, is via snap shot but the maps don’t look good. Any help please. I have a similar problem. I know how to export a map as image but not in a format readable by Adobe Illustrator. In fact, I made one map from a DEM and I added many things on this grid : Weather stations localisation, datta loggers localisation, hillshading … I would like to save all of this in one file readable by adobe illustrator. Could somebody help me with this ? I use the Save As Image command invoked by Volker to save .png files for rasters, which by the way export also world file and legend. The good thing is that the exported .png is at the same resolution like the raster. For big rasters you can resize them. Export Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) and Import/Export – GDAL/OGR >, OGR: Export Vector Data >, DXF format . Then you can import these in Inkscape, Corel Draw or Adobe Illustrator. Also, the Show Print Layout and then Print buttons, are used to print the content of the Print Layout to a .pdf file (you need a .pdf print driver, like doPDF or the Adobe Acrobat driver if you have a professional version). Then you can import the .pdf file in Inkscape, and you will have there the vector from of the map. The most usable is the canvas. It would be ideal if the Print Layout would render the vector layers as vector, not as rasters, but you can use my indications to obtain good maps. Source.