You could do this. Open up the folder that has all your MP3's listed. Hit the PRINT SCREEN button. Open up Word, hit CTRL V to paste the picture into Word, then crop the picture so just the file list shows. I've not tried this though.
I found this but again untried..'if you wanna make a list insert the mp3 cd into your drive, then goto the dos prompt and type dir E:\ /s/b >temp.text this will copy the all the filenames of your cd into a text file'.
About the easiest way to do this is to go to a DOS prompt, change to the directory of the mp3 files, and list the files to the printer or to a text file where you can edit the file or print it. For example, to print listing to a file:
dir *.mp3 > mp3list.txt
or to print directly to a printer:
dir *.mp3 > lpt1
Rather spookily from the NZ bunch at IDG is click here
...and finally..'Hold down the Windows key and hit the letter E to open Explorer. Expand the tree to the directory and click on it in the left hand pane to display the contents in the right hand pane. (We will call it C:\MP3) Now, go to Start/Run, type in the word "command" without the quotation marks and hit OK.
This will show you the prompt of your C:\MP3.
Type in dir and hit enter. This will display the contents of C:\MP3.
Type in "dir > c:\MP3\MP3.txt" without the quotation marks and hit enter.
Then type in Exit to close it out.
On your open MP3 folder you will find the MP3.txt
To go a step further you can open this file within Excel from File/Open. You will be prompted to choose the following: Tab delimited, next, comma separated and finish. You can then manipulate the data to your liking (to remove the dos file names).