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Default Disable F1.F12 buttons in WinFX Browser app. in C#

Right now i am working on web applicaions in Visual Studio 2005 on .NET Framework 3.0, in which i want to capture all key events,

I am able to capture all keys, but the problem is with function Keys, from F1 to F12,

When i press such keys, it also takes action on browser, which i dont want, to do.

Can any one help me for this problem.
Thanks in advance.


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