If you use Final Draft for Windows, click HERE for instructions on inserting accent marks or symbols into a script.
If you use Final Draft for Mac, click HERE for instructions on inserting accent marks or symbols into a script.
NOTE that Final Draft 10 and older do not support Unicode, so there may be characters and symbols you won't be able to use. Unsupported characters are usually rendered as a question mark, a slash, a box or some other symbol. If the character you want isn't displayed correctly after it's been pasted, typed or dragged into your script, you won't be able to to use it.
Final Draft 11 does support Unicode and users of FD11 should be able to use most symbols and accented characters. Information on upgrading to FD11 is HERE.