Today we're going to check out a great way to temporarily magnify our screen using the accessibility button. This feature is built right into our phone and it lets us quickly zoom in on the screen and then zoom right back out again. Let's find out how it works.
First, we want to be sure our magnification shortcut is set up. On this phone, the shortcut has already been set up. By default the accessibility button is a small, floating button on the screen, but here it's been set to the navigation bar along the bottom edge of our screen. For more information on how to set the magnification shortcut to the accessibility button on your phone, check out the workshop in this series on magnifying the full screen using the accessibility button. And to learn how to make changes to the accessibility button, like its size and location, check out the resources by scrolling down below this workshop.
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