Here are the commands to create the 4 graphs individually (using Minitab's example dataset for the 1-way ANOVA):

MTB > Name c3 "RESI1" c4 "FITS1"

MTB > Oneway 'Durability' 'Carpet';

SUBC> Residuals 'RESI1';

SUBC> Fits 'FITS1';

SUBC> Tukey 5;

SUBC> GIndPlot;

SUBC> GBoxplot;

SUBC> GFourpack.

**One-way ANOVA: Durability versus Carpet**

MTB > PPlot 'RESI1';

SUBC> Normal;

SUBC> Symbol;

SUBC> FitD;

SUBC> NoCI;

SUBC> Grid 2;

SUBC> Grid 1;

SUBC> MGrid 1.

**Probability Plot of RESI1 **

MTB > Histogram 'RESI1';

SUBC> Bar.

**Histogram of RESI1 **

MTB > Plot 'RESI1'*'FITS1';

SUBC> Reference 2 0;

SUBC> Symbol.

**Scatterplot of RESI1 vs FITS1 **

MTB > TSPlot 'RESI1';

SUBC> Reference 2 0;

SUBC> Symbol;

SUBC> Connect.

**Time Series Plot of RESI1 **

You can either add the GSAVE subcommand to each, or use the LAYOUT command to combine them into a single graph then use GSAVE.