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Change your password - How to

Post by icvanstra » Mon Apr 11, 2011 7:44 pm

How to change your password:

After you log into the website (well duh ... :ds: )
- towards the upper left click on User Control Panel
- from the tabs click on Profile
- from the list on the left click on Edit account settings
- Enter your new password twice, put your current password in the appropriate field and click on Submit
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Re: Change your password - How to

Post by centrop67 » Mon Jan 11, 2016 8:48 pm

*** UPDATE ***

The password change is in your user control panel.

1. Start by clicking your username in the upper RIGHT corner and select "user control panel."
2. Click the Profile tab.
3. Select "Edit Account Settings" on the left.
4. Enter your new password, confirm it, and enter your current password.
5. Click Submit.
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