Enroute.vdm is an add-on to Scribe v4.0. It's main purpose is to give an idea of the flexibility of Scribe v4.0
Put enroute.vdm in your user-mac folder.
What it does is spell checks the contents of the windows clipboard. It inserts the clipboard into a buffer, highlights it as a block, call_file Scribe, which starts in automode because block is set, spell checks the block, enroute.vdm then copies contents back to clipboard, and quits Vedit.
So, you setup a shortcut on your Windows Desktop to Vedit using the -x option to auto-execute enroute.vdm
Why would you need this macro?
You need tech support from a big software company, their website has one of those e-mail forms instead of an email link, you type in your support request. Now you already appear to them to be clueless for needing support for what their ads say is "an ultra easy to use..." product, you don't want to confirm that impression by having spelling errors in your support request. So, you cut your request to the clipboard, call enroute.vdm via your desktop icon, and then paste it back in.