Keyboard input in an ATL ActiveX control?

How do I recieve keyboard input in an ATL activeX control?

I've created a basic windowed control and when I watch it with Spy++ it never recieves an event as I type (I see wm_mousemove but never any keyboard related ones).  If it doesn't recieve an event there is nothing to trap.  I suspect that all the key presses are going to the parent (Internet Explorer in this case) but how do I intercept them?
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I dont know about  ATL activeX control but to capture the keystrokes you can use hooks.

if not possible not accurate but approximate way is to use

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jvoros1Author Commented:
No, I don't think thats what I'm looking for.  Thanks though.  I'm told I have to implement IOleInPlaceActiveObject::TranslateAccelerator but I can't seem to figure out how to do that.
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