Please watch this video:
or follow these directions:
Applies to: Final Draft 13 / 12 / 11 / 10
Go to Edit > Emoji & Symbols and choose Latin from the list on the left. Double-click or drag to the Final Draft page the letter you want. Note that not all accented characters are supported, but many are.
You can also press and hold the key of the accented letter you want to insert; a small menu will appear and when you click on the accented letter you want, it will replace the non-accented letter on the page.
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 use it.
Final Draft 13 supports Unicode.
For information on upgrading to Final Draft 13, click HERE.