In the body of your paper, information that does not appear in textual form must be formatted and labeled as either a table or figure. The Sixth Edition APA Publication Manual does not allow for the words graph, illustration, or chart. Refer to them as either a table or a figure.
Tables and figures must fit within the margin specifications. Do not separate a title or caption from the table or figure it identifies.
If your table or figure is for a course paper with no intention of publication, you do not need to get permission to include it; that's considered fair use.
Taylor (2011) provides some great tips on formatting SPSS tables in MS Word.
Our webinar, "Presenting Data and Describing Analysis" is presented regularly, and you can view past recordings of that session through our webinar archive.