Trying to select cell "A1" in excel vba after selecting a range

At the end of an excel vba program I select all the columns being used and set the columns to autofit with the following code:    

That however leaves the columns highlighted.  I tried  


but it didn't have any effect.  If I use


two columns off the screen are highlighted which clears the main area but still leaves another area highlighted.  What I want is to select cell "A1" which when I do it manually clears any highlighting.  Is there any way to do this via vba?  
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Jeroen RosinkSoftware testing consultantCommented:
Your code should be OK.
Sometimes I have the same issue when the macro is called from another workbook. Then without mentioning to select the activesheet it selects the cell in the workbook in which the code remains.
Though normally this should not make any difference.

Did you try:


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glennmgrayAuthor Commented:
That worked great thanks
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