SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) provides the Export Wizard task, which you can use to copy data from one data source to another. Let's open SQL Server Management Studio and connect to the database.
Go to the Object Explorer, right-click on the database you want to export to Excel, and choose Tasks > Export Data to export table data in SQL.
It will open SQL Server Import Export Wizard dialog.
Click the Next button, and you need to click on the Data source drop-down to choose the data source.
After everything is set, click the Next button.
On the Choose a Destination dialog, choose Microsoft Excel from the Destination drop-down. You will also need to choose the Excel file path and version as you need and then click the Next button.
On the Specify Table Copy or Query dialog, select Copy data from one or more tables or views and then click the Next button.
In the Select Source Table and Views window, you can choose one or more tables and views from which you want to export SQL Server data to Excel. Let's select the
DimCustomer and click the Preview button to preview which data will be generated to an Excel file.
Click the OK and then click the Next button.
On the Save and Run Package dialog, select the Run immediately and then click the Next button.
On the Complete the Wizard dialog, you can check all the settings set during of exporting process. If everything is right, click the Finish button to start exporting the SQL database to Excel.
You can view the exporting process. When it completes, click on the Close button and open the