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1) go to Catalog tab
2) under that, go to Download tab
3) click the Inventory radio button on the far right, and enter the Set number (use the full number with the dash and following digit)
4) click Download to get a text file, which you can open as an Excel file.
One thing to note, the part colors are designated by number, not name, but you can get a list of colors by number in name from the middle of the section of the Download page.
It's like Peeron, but uses bricklink's inventories which I find much more accurate anyway. You can catalog all your sets and pieces and export your parts lists to text files and things. It's VERY nifty!