With SAS 9.3, SAS Graphics Editor is part of BASE SAS.
If your consumer does not have any access to SAS, your options will be to generate an image and use image editors, or, generate SVG output (available in SAS 9.3) and use SVG-based editors.
ods graphics / outputfmt=svg;
It would be good to know what kind of editing the consumer wants to do? The SGE file is editable by the ODS Graphics Editor and anyone can obtain ODSG Editor from the SAS download page for installation on PC and Linux without a SAS license. Can your consumer not install this?
Or, is it that you want a metafile output format like PDF or EMF that can be edited by external (non-SAS) editors? If yes, you will need SAS 9.3 to create output in such formats.
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