Michael Kofler wrote a VBA module that will do this. You'll need Excel, Word, or a MS program that can run VBA. Here is the script with commented instructions on how to use and what variables to change. I've never used this but it looks like a very good, simple alternative to those pricey migration programs.
The .SQL file created successfully. But, when I was going to restore it, it gives me error.
I think the SQL file is based on mysql version 4.
The table structure is :
CREATE TABLE `db-development`.`aspnet_Applications`
(`ApplicationName` TEXT NOT NULL,
`LoweredApplicationName` TEXT NOT NULL,
`ApplicationId` TINYBLOB NOT NULL,
`Description` TEXT NULL,
UNIQUE `UQ__aspnet_Applicati__595B4002`(`ApplicationName`(255))) ENGINE InnoDB CHARACTER SET utf8;