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From the command line, change to the directory that you want to get the files for.
Then type the following command:
dir /A-D /B >> C:\files.csv
The "/A-D" will exclude any directories that exist in that folder.
The "/B" will output the data as a bare format, meaning file names only.
The ">> C:\files.csv" will pipe the output of that data to a new file.
You can open the csv in excel.
If you want to do all the files in all the subdirectories you can throw a /S in the arguments, it will display the full paths of the files as well.
Another really cool command I forgot about in dos is "tree" command. It just looks cool but doesn't have anything to do with your question. :)
Anyway, hope that solves your problem.