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button click for a control gets processed on each postback

I have a user control with a button on it.

The user control is on a web form.

When I click on the button for the user control, the click event fires.

But then, if I simply refresh the browser page (without clicking that button) the event for the button fires (as if I had clicked it).

How can I prevent this behavior?
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Tom Knowlton

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