In my experience a calm dog doesn't pull, it just stands there. A dog who is full of energy will eventually calm down if the high energy isn't reinforced by allowing the dog to progress (to what she wants: a walk) in that state of mind.
I think it's a matter of leaving the house with her in a more relaxed state. If you try putting her leash on when you have no intention of walking her (for me, this would be in the backyard, a bedroom etc.), you will probably see she just stands there stone calm, and will tag along with you as you hold the leash and walk away. Yes there might be some initial excitement if she thinks she's going for a walk, but if you try it a few times with no walk, in environments not associated with the walk, she will probably calm down when the leash goes on.
But the point is, just putting a leash on her in the morning doesn't mean she's going to pull, especially if she doesn't know where to go. She'll just stand there waiting for you, willing to follow you who are holding the leash.
Now just wait for her to be calm before you click her leash on in the morning, if she gets excited, wait for her to calm and sit on her own. Take one step, she gets excited again, you wait for her to calm/sit on her own, etc. Then she sits by the door, you step through, she follows. Then come back inside take her leash off. And repeat a few times. Then go for real, she will be calm by that point and will not be likely to pull.
It takes a lot of patience, it is very easy to get frustrated and just give up after 10 minutes and go, I've done it several times
. But at least try to be consistent with it, require the sitting and a decrease in excitement with each step, and it'll become a habit.