Excel VBA OVERFLOW ERROR

Hello,

I am receiving an error on the first line of:

For INTROW = ActiveSheet.UsedRange.Rows.Count To 6 Step -1
        With ActiveSheet
            If .Cells(INTROW, 2) + .Cells(INTROW, 4) + .Cells(INTROW, 6) + .Cells(INTROW, 8) + .Cells(INTROW, 10) + .Cells(INTROW, 12) = 0 Then .Rows(INTROW).Delete
        End With
    Next INTROW

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It used to work, but doesn't work now, and I haven't changed anything that I know of. All it is supposed to do is delete rows where the sum of certain cells is 0, for all cells in the UsedRange.

DOes anyone know of another way to accomplish that or how to fix the above?
EnigmaMatterAsked:
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zorvek (Kevin Jones)ConsultantCommented:
You may have saved the workbook as a 2007 or later workbook (.xlsm) which increases the number of rows from 32K to over a million. Change INTROW from an Integer to a Long.

Kevin
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
You probably have

dim INTROW as integer

change it to

dim INTROW as long
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
I think the data size has recently exceeded 32K rows which is why the error never happened before
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EnigmaMatterAuthor Commented:
Hello,

The workbook has always been a .xlsb, and the UsedRange is usually around 50 rows, and ususally never more than a 1000.

When I change to Long, it freezes up.
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Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
When you press ctrl-end on the worksheet which row does it take you to?
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EnigmaMatterAuthor Commented:
Ah! It took me to blank rows, quite a ways down. I "deleted" the blank rows and now it works. Thanks! Works with Integer and Long.
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