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Progress Bar Bound to Timer

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Using C# I need to create a simple form that contains a progress bar that moves from 0% to 100% over a fixed, linear 20 second duration.  Above the progress bar I have a label control to display a message.  At 8 seconds and again at 15 seconds I need to change the text in the label.  When the timer times out I then want to display a button which will allow the user to close the form.  Assistance to write some simple code to achieve this function is much appreciated.
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