Change Zoom settings for accessibility on Mac
On your Mac, use Zoom settings for accessibility to make everything on the screen larger or to enlarge just the area where the pointer is located.
To change these settings, choose Apple menu > System Settings, click Accessibility in the sidebar, then click Zoom on the right. (You may need to scroll down.)
Use keyboard shortcuts to zoom
Use the listed shortcuts to zoom in or out. See Use keyboard shortcuts to zoom.
Use trackpad gesture to zoom
Zoom using the indicated trackpad gestures. See Tap to zoom.
Use scroll gesture with modifier keys to zoom
To zoom in or out, press and hold the selected modifier key while scrolling with your trackpad or mouse. See Scroll to zoom.
Modifier key for scroll gesture
Choose the modifier key you want to press and hold to zoom while scrolling: Control, Option, or Command.
Choose to zoom the entire screen (Full Screen), a custom area of the screen (Split Screen), or just the area where the pointer is located (Picture-in-Picture). See Change the style, size, and location of the zoom area.
Specify options for the selected zoom style.
Display a high-resolution zoom of text, text fields, menu items, buttons, and more in a dedicated window. See Use Hover Text.
To customize Hover Text, click the Info button , then set any of the following options:
Touch Bar zoom
Tip: You can use Accessibility Shortcuts to quickly turn Zoom on or off.