Find and Replace dialog won't appear when pressing <CTRL>-<F>

This one computer that I've developed a cool Access 2003 database will not display the find/replace dialog box when I press <CTRL>-<F> in one of my continous forms.  Is that usually a windows 2000 install problem?
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If it just "in one of my continous forms".Check if data updatable on this form
Wat alse to check

1.Open database->Tools->Startup->use Special key should be checked
2.If yoyu have macro Keys
If Dmitry's method doesn't fix it, you can progran autokeys macro to do the same thing.  See this link:

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stephenlecomptejrAuthor Commented:
I've checked the options you asked me and Special key is already checked.

1.if you go to macros does it get name "autokeys"?
2.If you right click on form ,could you enter filter for,
If not  your problem idata not updatable on this form
stephenlecomptejrAuthor Commented:
That is the thing - dmitryz6

I can go on my computer and do a <CTRL>-<F> and pull up the Find / Dialog box.

But when I go on his it refuses to come up.
Also when you click on an icon - it just comes up with Open.
stephenlecomptejrAuthor Commented:
Could that be a virus or corruption of the Office environment?
I would check office latest pack.
"Also when you click on an icon - it just comes up with Open"
If it for all Icons, look like windows problem.

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