Open the message you want to forward.
Click the Forward button.
Outlook creates a new message, completing the Subject line. (Fw: is added to the Subject line to indicate that the message has been forwarded.)
Suppose you've received a message, such as a funny joke, that you want to send, or forward, to someone else. In that case, you can use Outlook's Forward feature.
Enter the recipient(s) address(es) by typing it in the To line or by clicking the To button and selecting it from the Address Book.
Type any additional message you want to include.
Click the Send button in the message window's toolbar. The message is sent.
Forwarding from the Inbox
As an alternative, you can forward a message from the Inbox. You follow the same basic procedure as outlined here, but you select the message in the Inbox and then click the Forward button in the Outlook window's toolbar.