I used to achieve this with the Excel module.
Once you have your enumeration classes created in EA (which you can alternatively import via eadocx), you need to add a temporary attribute to each enum class so it can be generated in Excel attributes template.
Right click on the package to export > eadocx > Open All in Excel > all attributes.
Having said that, I found out that the latest eadocx version makes a difference between Classes and Enumerations. Whilst enumerations export ok to Excel, the attributes export doesn’t work for enumerations (it works for a class that has at least a single attribute). Something that needs to be looked at by eaDocX Support.
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