If you want to copy a graph from one map document to another, first save it to a file on disk. That way you can load the graph into another map document and place it as appropriate.
All the properties you've set on a graph are maintained when you save it to disk including the type of graph, data on which the graph is based, whether there's a selected set, and what fields are being graphed.
If you want to include a representation of a graph in another application, you can export the graph to several raster and vector graphics file formats.
You can also use the Save Graph Geoprocessing tool for saving graphs.
- Right-click the graph window and click Save.
- Navigate to the location where you want to save.
- Type the file name.
The .grf extension will be applied to the output file.
- Click the Save button.