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outlook 2013 - Mark Messages are READ when they are double-clicked (i.e. opened), not when they are touched

I would like to tag messages as READ when I double-click them and read them in a new pane, NOT when I view them in the preview pane.
Where is this setting in 2013?
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Shaun Vermaak

8/22/2022 - Mon
Shaun Vermaak

Does it change to read if you click away from item?
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THANKS!!!!!!! IT was that FRIGGIN "Mark item as read when selection changes"  setting.
I don't know why I couldn't find it.  I'm pretty sure I was able to quickly locate it in Office 2010.
Anyway, thanks.  You solved my problem!!!!!
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brothertruffle880

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THANKS!!!!!!! IT was that FRIGGIN "Mark item as read when selection changes"  setting.
I don't know why I couldn't find it.  I'm pretty sure I was able to quickly locate it in Office 2010.
Anyway, thanks.  You solved my problem!!!!!
Shaun Vermaak

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