How to Easily Adjust the Text Size on Your Macbook 2021

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Are the text sizes on your MacBook 2021 too small to read? If so, you’re not alone. Many people struggle with the default font size on Apple laptops. Fortunately, thre are a few easy ways to increase the text size of your MacBook 2021.

One of the quickest methods is to use keyboard shortcuts. By pressing “Command + Plus (+)” you can increase the text size in many applications. Similarly, “Command + Minus (-)” will decrease the font size. Additionally, if your Mac has a Touch Bar, you can also zoom in on it by pressing “Option + Command + 8”.

If you prefer a more manual approach, there are several other adjustments you can make to change text size. To start, go to System Preferences and click Accessibility. From there, you can adjust a variety of settings in order to change font size and other display features.

Finally, it’s important to note that certain applications may have their own specific settings for font size adjustment. For example, Microsoft Word and Google Docs both allow users to customize font sizes wihin each document or presentation separately from the system-wide settings outlined above.

In summary, it is possible to adjust text size on MacBooks 2021 with a few quick tricks or more manual adjustments depending on user preference. Whether you decide to use keyboard shortcuts or adjust settings in Accessibility or withn an application itself, increasing font size is easy and beneficial for improving readability on any laptop screen!

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Adjusting Text Size on a Mac Screen

To make the text smaller on your Mac screen, you can adjust the display settings. To do this, go to Apple menu > System Preferences, click Displays, then use the Display tab to adjust the resolution and text size. You can also click Accessibility in System Preferences, then click Zoom to adjust the zoom level of your screen. If you select “Use keyboard shortcuts to zoom” in Zoom’s options, you can press Option-Command-Equal sign to zoom in or Option-Command-Minus sign to zoom out.

Turning Off Text Enlargement on Mac

To turn off text enlargement on Mac, first open System Preferences from the Apple menu at the top left of your screen. Then select Accessibility from the System Preferences window. In Accessibility, select Display from the list on the left side of the window. On this page, you will find a checkbox labeled “Zoom” which is checked by default. Uncheck this box to turn off text enlargement. You will also find a slider that allows you to adjust the magnification level of your display if you want to keep it enabled but make minor adjustments. Finally, click “OK” to save your canges and close out of System Preferences.

Changing the Font Size on a Mac Keyboard

To change the font size of your Mac keyboard, you’ll need to access the Accessibility settings. To do this, open System Preferences by clicking the Apple icon in the top-left corner of your screen. In System Preferences, select Accessibility, then click on Display in the left-hand menu. From here, you can adjust the scale of text and oher items on your display. You’ll find a slider that allows you to increase or decrease font size as needed. If you’d like to use a keyboard shortcut to quickly adjust font size, you can use Cmd + Plus (+) to zoom in and Cmd + Minus (–) to zoom out.

Reducing Font Size

To reduce the font size on your device, you’ll need to open its Settings app. From there, select Accessibility, then Text and Display. You’ll find an option for Font Size, where you can use the slider to adjust the size of the font to your preference. If you need a more detailed level of control over the font size, you can also select Advanced Font Size Settings from this menu and further customize the font size for different parts of your device’s interface.

Decreasing Font Size Using Shortcut Keys

The shortcut key to decrease font size is Ctrl+Shift+Left angle bracket (

How Do I Reduce The Font Size On My Laptop?

To reduce the font size on your laptop, select Start > Settings > Accessibility > Text size. You can then adjust the slider next to Text size to make the text on your screen smaller. If you want to reduce the size of everything on your screen, including images and apps, select Display, and then choose a smaller option from the drop-down menu next to Scale.


In conclusion, the Macbook 2021 offers a variety of ways to adjust text size. From usig the zoom keyboard shortcut Cmd + Plus (+) and Cmd + Minus (–) to quickly increase or decrease text size, to being able to make more precise adjustments through System Preferences and Accessibility, there are plenty of options available to make sure text is displayed in the best way for you. Additionally, if you have a Touch Bar on your Macbook, you can display a larger version of it on the screen with Zoom. With all these options available, it’s easy to find the perfect small text size for your needs.

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James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.