Nope. That's not a possible export format. Once that said, one may loop through document's contents and output to a CSV file. The latter can then be opened in Excel.
To avoid the extra step of creating csv-file, InDesign can interact with Excel directly via Visual Basic Script (on Windows) or Apple Script (on Mac).
I want to export my InDesign Document to excel.I think it is not possible.
Obviously there's no "Export to Excel' option in the File > Export menu so it isn't possible to export the whole file directly.
But it is possible to send some data from inDesign to Excel.
Off the top of my head, here are a few ways:
- If you have an xml-structured document, via xml export
- collect data by script -- e.g. contents of text frames/find text by specific attributes/etc. -- and save it to csv-file to be imported to Excel later
- the same as the previous point, but save it directly to a spreadsheet
- Also, for tables, you can simply copy-paste a selection via clipboard
Which of the above mentioned approaches suits your specific needs best is for you to decide. Anyway, I don't see what sort of documents you have -- a catalog, a table with with prices, etc. -- so can't give you more specific recommendations.