Save CC to CS6?

How do I save an InDesign CC file so it can be opened and worked on in CS6?

If the export to RTF or Tagged Text will fail, you could also use Acrobat Pro to extract the text to RTF or to Word doc format.
EDIT*: You have to select your text. Only then you could see the export options for "Adobe InDesign-Tagged-Text" or "Rich Text Format".
Uwe
*Peter is right. As always…
Just put your curser in a story.
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