Excel Add-ins (.xlam) cannot be directly converted to workbooks (.xlsb) or spreadsheets (.xls, .xlsx).
However, what you can do is to import the add-in to Excel and use the extra function or feature to change existing workbook or create a new one.
Updated: July 19, 2016
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