I am having a heck of a time getting quality output from SAS/GRAPH and importing that into Word. I've tried various drivers, ODS for RTF, and the stuff mentioned in TS674 and it's still not as nice as what can be generated in native MS Excel. My biggest issue is with the fonts. They come out resembling something that my line printer/dot matrix used to generate. All I want is to generate a graph and then import it into WORD, sometimes as a stand alone page, sometimes within a document. When I generate the output in PDF it's fantastic but as far as I know, you can't import PDF directly into Word.
Since I'm new to this graphing stuff, please let me know what combinations have worked for you! As reference, I'm using SAS 9.1.3 SP4 and WORD 2002.
I think that the ACTXIMG driver output looks good in Word, if you are using RTF. If you use any of the CGM drivers, you may have to install some import filter in Word.
Basically, it's try and see what works best for you. You can also explore the FONTREG procedure and get yourself to the point where you can use TrueType fonts in your output -- that may also improve the way the output looks. But try the ACTXIMG driver first.
(Here's a utility macro program that will let you compare ACTXIMG with all the other RTF-friendly drivers.)
I use the png driver and some sizing options for a gslide that goes to powerpoint. I just tried it in word and that works too. This can also be done for a graph. Code below. To get it into word, use Insert, Object, Create from File ...