Forwarding is NOT what Griff suggested ...
If you look in MS Office 2007 (or any other version) help file for routing you will find the exact steps. All recipients on your routing list must be in your contacts address book.
The help file information will read something like the following although the exact proceedure (this is for an excel workbook) will differ based on Office version --
Create a routing slip
1. Open the workbook you want to route.
2. On the File menu, point to Send To, and then click Routing Recipient.
3. To select recipients to route the workbook to, click Address.
4. In the Type name or select from list box, type a recipient's name, and then click To. Once you've entered the last recipient name in the To box, click OK.
You can select a group alias as the recipient. However, all members of the group alias are considered one recipient. To route the workbook to members of a group alias one after another, route it to the individual members, not to the entire alias.
You can change the order in which recipients will receive the routed workbook by changing the order of recipient names in the list. Select the name of the recipient you want to move up or down in the list, and then click the appropriate arrow.
5. Select other routing options you want.
For Help on an option, click the question mark and then click the option.
6. To route the workbook, click Route.
To close the dialog box without routing the workbook, click Add Slip. To route the workbook at a later time, open the workbook, click Send To on the File menu, and then click Next Routing Recipient.
Note When you route a workbook, the workbook is sent as an attachment in an e-mail message.
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