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I am running Outlook 2013 on my Windows 7 computer.  When I click on an email in my Inbox (but don't open it) the message switches to "read".  I don't want messages marked as read until I actually open them.  Is there a setting to change this?

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Phil
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File Menu
Options
Mail (tab)
Reading Pane (under the Outlooks Pane heading)

Your options at there
Untick Mark item as read when selection changes
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Thank you!
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glad to help
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