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How to detect when Control-F is pressed on Windows form

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I have a .Net 4 Windows Forms project created with Visual Studio 2010 using c#.

I need to know when Ctrl-F is pressed whenever the form or any of this forms controls has focus.  How can I do this?
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger) earned 500 total points
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Set the form KeyPreview property to True. All keys activity will be sent to the form Key events before going to the controls.

You can then detect Ctrl-F in the KeyDown or KeyUp event of the form by checking e.Control and e.KeyCode.
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