No, I don't believe it can.
Door card is easy to remove though
No photos but a quick run through:-
1. Remove the cross-head screws from the air vent and the interior door latch handle. Prise the switchpack out and disconnect the connectors.
2. GENTLY pull the door card away from the lower edge of the door ( no more than an inch) and work either way along the door, popping the clips out.
3. Do that until you've popped out all the peripheral clips to the top front and top rear edges of the trim panel.
4. Panel should feel loose apart from in the centre.
5. With the heel of your hand, sharply slap the bottom edge of the door panel upwards, sharply but with little force. This should pop the two centre clips off.
6. Carefully ease the panel away from the door until you can see the rear of the interior door latch handle
7. slide the door latch handle assembly towards the rear of the door until the big plastic locator at the front has moved entirely away from the trim panel.
8. Gently turn the door latch assembly until it can slide out of the door trim panel to the rear. THERE IS NO NEED TO DISCONNECT THE ASSEMBLY FROM THE CABLE.
9. Thread the switchpack cables out of the door trim panel
10. There should be two square shaped plastic clips attached to the sprung tines on the centre of the door.
11. Remove those clips using pliars to compress the sprung steel tines and OBSERVING ORIENTATION, slide them into the metal housings on the back of the trim panel
12. BEWARE, the metal housings are damnably sharp.
That's all there is to it
Does that help at all?