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Whether you’re suffering from eyestrain or increasing age-related farsightedness, there are times when being able to increase the size of the text on your phone, tablet, or laptop makes all the difference. I know because I’ve been taking advantage of the zoom and text-enlargement features on all of the devices I use and test for the last few years. Fortunately, it’s easy to enlarge text without increasing the size of your screen or zoom in the whole screen. Here’s how you can make your smartphone, tablet, and laptop more readable.
To magnify your entire screen, use the zoom function located under Settings > Accessibility > Zoom. Once you’ve enabled zoom, you can double-tap three fingers to zoom, drag three fingers to move around the screen, or double-tap with three fingers and drag to change zoom.
Not large enough? Adjust the maximum zoom level anywhere from 1.2x to 15x. To adjust the zoom region, select between “Full Screen Zoom” and “Window Zoom.” To zoom on text or a text insertion point while typing, turn on Follow Focus. The area immediately around the area you select will become magnified while the keyboard remains visible.
How to Make the Print Larger on a Computer Screen
How to make text larger on MacOS computers
On devices running macOS, access a feature called Zoom to enlarge the content on your screen. To use Zoom, go to System Preferences > Accessibility > Zoom.
From there, you’ll need to enable some shortcuts to take advantage of Zoom. One unique function is the ability to zoom in wherever your cursor is located. Check the box for “Use scroll gesture with modifier keys to zoom,” and then select either the Control, Option, or Command key as your shortcut button. For example, if you selected the Control key, whenever you place your cursor, you’ll hold the Control key and drag two fingers up or pinch two fingers open to zoom in, or drag two fingers down or pinch two fingers closed to zoom out on your trackpad.
Other settings include “Smooth images,” which makes zoomed images appear smooth; “Zoom follows the keyboard focus,” which magnifies the area that has the keyboard focus; and “Zoom style,” where you can adjust the minimum and maximum magnification settings, how Zoom will follow the cursor, and full-screen or picture-in-picture magnification style.
For faster access to Zoom, enable the shortcuts under the Accessibility settings.
macOS ZOOM KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS
|Press this key||To do this|
|Option + Command + 8||Toggle zoom|
|Option + Command + equal sign (=)||Zoom in|
|Option + Command + minus (-)||Zoom out|
|Control + Option + Command + 8||Toggle invert colors|
|Control + Option + Command + Comma (,)||Reduce contrast|
|Control + Option + Command + Period (.)||Increase contrast|
(Tip: Under “Display,” select “Invert colors” or “Increase contrast” to see if adjusting the colors makes the text easier to read.)
You can even enable Zoom on your Touch Bar. Under Zoom settings, turn on “Enable Touch Bar zoom.” Then hold a finger on the Touch Bar. A larger version will appear on your computer screen. To increase or decrease the zoom, hold the Command key and pinch two fingers open or closed on the Touch Bar.
To activate a Touch Bar function, slide your finger on the Touch Bar until the circle on the screen representing your finger hovers over the item you want to select. Keep your finger there until the circle changes color or fills with white, and then remove your finger to virtually click the item. Alternatively, touch and hold the item you want to select with one finger and tap anywhere on the Touch Bar with another finger to select the item without waiting for the color to change. (Tip: Touch Bar zoom doesn’t work when using VoiceOver.)
How to make text larger on Windows 10 computers
If you want to make global changes, you can increase the text size or choose to make everything bigger. Go to Start > Settings > Display. For increasing text, you use the slider bar and can preview the change in font size. In the Display settings, you can also adjust the brightness of the built-in display
If you just need to increase the size on an occasional basis, you can use a tool called Magnifier to enlarge your screen so you can see things more clearly. To open Magnifier, go to Start > Settings > Ease of Access > Magnifier. You can change the zoom level from 5 percent to 400 percent and change the zoom increments. Alternatively, select the Windows logo key and plus sign or minus sign to enlarge or reduce your screen.
Magnifier offers three different view settings: full-screen, lens, or docked. Full-screen view magnifies your entire screen, so you can’t view the entire screen at once. Move the mouse around to see the hidden portions of your screen. Lens view acts as a virtual magnifying glass, enlarging only the portion of the screen where your cursor is located.
Touchscreen users have access to all the same features. You can open Magnifier and perform adjustments as you would on a mobile device.
WINDOWS 10 MAGNIFIER KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS
|Press this key||To do this|
|Windows logo key + plus (+) or minus (-)||Zoom in or out|
|Ctrl + Alt + D||Switch to docked mode|
|Ctrl + Alt + F||Switch to full-screen mode|
|Ctrl + Alt + I||Invert colors|
|Ctrl + Alt + L||Switch to lens mode|
|Ctrl + Alt + R||Resize the lens|
|Ctrl + Alt + arrow keys||Pan in the direction of the arrow keys|
|Windows logo key + Esc||Exit Magnifier|
Another way Windows users can make text more legible is a feature now nearly two decades old. Windows introduced ClearType font smoothing technology with Windows XP. This technology displays computer fonts with extreme smoothness and clarity, helping make text more legible, especially after you’ve been reading for long periods of time.
To adjust ClearType, go to Start > Settings and search for “ClearType”. Then follow the on-screen prompts to enable, disable or adjust ClearType attributes. (Tip: Techlicious recommends adjusting your ClearType settings each time you switch to a new monitor.)
How to make text larger on Android phones and tablets
On Android devices, you can adjust the font size, zoom the screen and adjust the contrast level.
To zoom the screen for Google Pixel phones and devices running plain Android, go to Settings > Accessibility and turn on “Magnification shortcut.” To activate the zoom feature, triple-tap the screen and a window will appear. Drag two fingers to pan across the screen, pinch two fingers open or closed to zoom in or out, or triple-tap the screen to zoom out entirely. If you want to temporarily magnify the screen, triple-tap and hold anywhere on your screen. To change the font size, go to Settings > Accessibility > Font Size and adjust the slider on the screen. To change the display size of your screen, go to Settings > Accessibility > Display Size and adjust the slider on the screen. To make your text easier to read with contrast or inverted colors, go to Settings > Accessibility > and toggle on High contrast fonts or Color Inversion.
To zoom the screen for Samsung devices, go to Settings > Accessibility > Visibility enhancements > and turn on “Magnification shortcut.” The shortcut button is a stick figure in the lower right of the screen that is visible at all times. When you need to enlarge text, tap on the icon and choose “Magnification,” which zooms the whole screen, or Magnifier window, which pops up a window that you can move around with two fingers. To change to font size go to Settings > Accessibility > Visibility enhancements >Font size and style and adjust the slider on the screen. To change the display size of your screen, go to Settings > Accessibility > Visibility enhancements > Screen zoom and adjust the slider on the screen. To make your text easier to read with contrast or inverted colors, go to Settings > Accessibility > Visibility enhancements and toggle on High contrast fonts or Color Inversion.
How to make text larger on Chromebooks
You can zoom your Chromebook’s screen by going to Menu (at the bottom right, select the time) and select Settings > Advanced > Manage accessibility features. Under “Display,” you’ll see two options: “Enable Fullscreen magnifier” and “Enable docked magnifier.” The Docked Magnifier enlarges just a portion of your screen. The enlargement window follows your cursor.
How to make text larger in your web browser
Don’t want to fuss with your computer settings? Select Ctrl/Command + the plus sign or minus sign to increase and decrease your display size while browsing any web page. Then just press Ctrl/Command + 0 to revert back to your computer’s default display setting. (Alternatively, try pinching in and out on your touchscreen or trackpad.)
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