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How to receive a keydown event on an ActiveX control?

I have a VB6 program which can receive Keydown events on an ActiveX control.

The ActiveX control can't fire keydown events so I put a picturebox below
the ActiveX control. I write codes in function picturebox_keyd own in
response to the keydown events on the ActiveX control. These can work well.

But when I update these codes to vb.net I got a message 'UPGRADE_WARNIN G:
PictureBox event Picture1.KeyDow n can't be updated. Click to get more
information:ms-help://MS.VSCC.2003/commoner/redir/redirect.htm?ke yword="vbup
2050" . Does anyone know¡¡how¡¡to¡¡ receive a keydown event on an ActiveX
control£¿Thanks in advance.
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