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Use VBA to Identify if PC has an live Internet Connection

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Can anyone recommend a piece of VBA code that will be able to identify if the PC has a current "live" Internet connection.  If it has I would like it to return a "1" or if its hasnt a "0".

Any ideas ?
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Excellent thanks sajuks.

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