Entering a Password
Enter a password that is easy for you to remember, but hard for
others to guess. It is best not to use your birth date or your
name. Combining letters and numbers is a good strategy. Write
a hint for yourself on the inside front cover of this guide as a
reminder in case you forget your password.
If you do forget your password, don' t worry. Call
the toll-free number listed on the inside front cover.
Your username and password are case sensitive. When you
enter them in the registration screen, be sure to note how you
typed them. For example, if your password is Fido, you must
type it that way (not fido or FIDO) to access your account later.
For more information. . .
on adding other users to your account, look up " Setup" in the