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"Save Graphic As..." does not include plot legends

Using Show[] as in your example code, you can also right-click on the output cell bracket (on the right of your nb) -> Save selection as -> your desired ...
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"Save Graphic As..." does not include plot legends

With "Export " you can export the graph to the currect directory or another directory. ...
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How to fit many graphs neatly into a paper?

You can use Labeled with graph: ...
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How to fit many graphs neatly into a paper?

For 110 simulated graphs: ...
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Save loop output in a data file

It is better to avoid For loops. And why not just use Export? And try to not use l for ...
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How to export a .svg with same width as the front-end window

In this answer I propose completely another approach, which uses Dynamic machinery instead of determining current output cell area. It simplifies things a lot and ...
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How to export a .svg with same width as the front-end window

Update In this answer I found a straighforward way to determine the current width of the output cell area, which doesn't involve any "magic" numbers: ...
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How to export a .svg with same width as the front-end window

The output you see in the front end is function of the window width. If you resize the window, it will change. You just happened to have the window sized so that only 2 entries shows before it wraps ...
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Exporting a list to Matlab

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Get the coordinates from RegionPlot3D

pts1=Cases[region3d, Line[pts_] :> pts, Infinity] Or ...
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Get the coordinates from RegionPlot3D

RegionPlot3D produces a GraphicsComplex, whose first argument is the list of coordinates. So you can use ...
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