Move to the Left 3 Cells but I have no Active Cell

I have the following code and (as you can see) it adds text to a cell in column D in the first blank row it sees.  However, I want it to move to the left in that same row and select the A column cell.  The problem I have is I don't have an active cell after this runs so I'm not sure how to move it to the left 3 cells.  Please help!

Dim IsActive As Boolean

Sub AddNewItem()
If UserForm2.TextBox1.Text = "" Then Exit Sub

    With Worksheets("Main")
        If Application.CountIf(.Range("D:D"), UserForm2.TextBox1.Text) = 0 Then
        .Range("D" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp)(2).Value = UserForm2.TextBox1.Text
        MsgBox ("Item Added - Add details of item starting with description")
            MsgBox "That Item Already Exists"
        End If
    End With

UserForm2.TextBox1.Text = ""
IsActive = False
Unload UserForm2

End Sub

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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
You can insert this before line 10:
        .Range("A" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Select

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This will set the focus to that cell in column A.
Saqib Husain, SyedEngineerCommented:
After you insert the textbox value

.Range("D" & .Rows.Count).End(xlUp).offset(,-3).select

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rmc71291Author Commented:
Thanks.  This one did exactly what I needed.  The solution before could have likley been modified to work but it selected the cell above the one I needed to be selected.
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