Make stories easier to see in News on Mac
In Apple News, you can change the window or the text size to make it easier to read stories.
Note: Apple News isn’t available in all countries or regions. See the Apple Support article Availability of Apple Media Services.
Change the window
In the News app on your Mac, do any of the following:
Make the window bigger: Drag a corner of the News window.
Use News full screen: Move the pointer to the green button in the top-left corner of the window, then choose Enter Full Screen from the menu that appears, or click . To stop using News full screen, move the pointer to the green button again, then choose Exit Full Screen from the menu that appears or click .
Make icons in the sidebar bigger: Choose Apple menu > System Settings, then click Appearance in the sidebar. (You may need to scroll down.) Click the pop-up menu next to “Sidebar icon size” on the right, then choose Large.
Resize the sidebar: Drag its separator bar left or right.
Hide the sidebar: Click the Sidebar button in the toolbar or press Control-Command-S. To show the sidebar, click the button or press the command again.
Change the text size of stories
In the News app on your Mac, click a story to view it.
Change the text size of the story (if the story’s channel supports it):
Make the text bigger: Press Option-Command-Plus Sign (+) until the text is the size you want.
Make the text smaller: Press Option-Command-Minus Sign (-) until the text is the size you want.
The text size is changed for all stories from that channel.
If you want to reset the content to its actual size, press Shift-Command-0 (zero).