Certainly. Use Query Analyzer, set the results to be displayed in Grid format, enter and execute your query, click in the results pane and choose File -> Save As. Here you have the option to save the result as CSV.
If you simply want to export a table in CSV format see the DTS Wizard and BCP in SQL Server Books Online.
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