There is no way to convert the binary codes in uedit32.kbd to a list with names. You have to create such a list manually by clicking on every item in the key mapping list and look, if there is key assigned to it. That's a hard work.
Hint: Open a second instance of UE or Notepad, so you can easily switch between the key mapping dialog and the text file, where you write down the keys.
As you expected, I created such a list for my key mappings from the beginning.
Hint: Save your file in the UE program directory and add it to the favorite files list, so you can easily open it.
Edited on 2006-09-11: UEStudio 6.00 and UltraEdit 12.20 have a button in the key mapping configuration dialog named Show Key Mapping in Editor. Pressing this button will produce a file with the shortcuts, commands and description either sorted by keys or by IDs (radio option left the button). Hot keys of the currently loaded macros are also added to the list.
Best regards from Austria