If you can't remember the password to your Lynda.com account, or are having other difficulties logging in, you may want to try resetting your password. As long as you still have access to the email account that you used to sign up for Lynda.com, you should be able to get back into your account. This lesson will show you how to do it.
To reset your Lynda.com password:
Go to www.lynda.com in your web browser and click Log In in the top-right corner. When the log in form pops up, click Forgot Username or Password?
On the next screen, click in the box labelled "Email Address" and type in the email address that you used to sign up for Lynda.com. Then click Send. This will cause Lynda.com to send an email to you with a hyperlink that will allow you to reset your password.
Go to your email account and log in. Find the email from Lynda.com titled "Reset Your Lynda.com Password" and click on it to open it. Then, click the Reset Your Password button inside the email.
You will be taken to a screen where you can reset your password. First, click inside the box labelled "Choose New Password" and type in a new password that you would like to use to secure your Lynda.com account. Note that it must be at least six characters long, and must include at least one letter and one number. Then click in the box labelled New Password and type in a copy of the password that you just entered. When you're finished, click Submit.
There! Your Lynda.com password is reset, and you can now get back to learning on Lynda.com! If you need some help with remembering your passwords, consider using a password manager program. Our What is a Password Manager article will explain what they do and how they work!
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