Also, Photoshop would probably work better than inDesign for this kind of project: the on screen preview is more accurate for digital assets.
Try clicking "anti-alias" so it is on when you export. That should take care of the jagged edges.
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When I tried this, I had to go ahead and just delete the anchored object and it left the original cell of the table behind as a text cell.
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