Hey kiddies, I just discovered how to create an em dash(—) in Final Draft rather than having to use two en dashes (--) next to each other., which I find to be visually vulgar (don't ask). The good news is that it works like a charm. The Bad news is that you will need to do this for each individual script, as FD will only save it for the script you are working on. Follow these steps: 1. Open up a script on FD. 2. Under "Document" click "Macros". A window should pop up. 3. Under the scrolldown menu (which says INT, EXT, NIGHT< DAY etc etc) click the "new" button. 4. In the "Name" field Type in "EM DASH" 5. Copy This: — and paste it into the "Macro Text" field. It will appear as a vertical line in the field for some reason. don't worry about that. 6. In the "Alias" field type two en dashes, like so: -- 7. Click "Ok" Now anytime you type -- it will look like —. Happiness!