When i export map, i get only picture, without grid and map scale. How can i add them?
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vladphys |

You have to calculate it yourself and add it with a image editing software (GIMP or Inkscape or the like).
The resolution means how many meters per pixel you get.
The scale means, how many cm in reality is 1 cm on the paper (or on the screen). So if you have a screen with 96 dpi, you get that one pixel is 1.1943 meters. And you get a scale of 1 : 4 231 which means that 1 cm on your screen is 42.3 m in reality. If you have a printer which prints 300 dpi … (now do the calculations yourself). There is a wiki page about scaling.
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erik |

You can try using qgis that have a proper printing tool.
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NicolasDumoulin |

You can ahve a look at coordinate-lines-in-josm ... there is a solution to get grid lines in any *.osm file via an editor. Or have a look at Maposmatic
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stephan75 |

You can add them with any image editing software. If you want a more customized map you can try out TileMill.
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Gnonthgol ♦ |