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Disabling shortcut keys in IE 8

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I've created eLearning courses with Adobe Captivate for one of my companies systems that are launched from our LMS in IE 8. IE maintains focus and doesn't allow our system keystrokes (i.e. Ctrl + L) to be used during the course. I posted this in the Microsoft Answers forum asking about options to disable this even possibly through admin setting and I received an answer that it was not possible.

I find this hard to believe. There must be some workaround. Any ideas?

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