I've just finished collaborating on a document in Google Docs with some colleagues. The content is perfect and the formatting is pretty good, but I'd like to tweak the formatting a little more before sending it out (as a PDF).
If I just download it as a PDF from Google Docs the embedded graphics are low-res and pixelated - Google Docs is a great tool for collaboration but not the best tool for doing some advanced formatting.
If I have a Google Doc and want it in a PDF format, but with better quality images and maybe a few things tweaked on the formatting, can I do this, and if so, what is the best way to do this?
I see that I can export it in several formats (ODT, PDF, RTF, Text, Word, HTML). I know Illustrator can open PDF files, and perhaps InDesign can too. But is there an easier way or is this the best method?