Check Point Quick Reference - Logging in to Checkpoint 1...

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Logging in to Checkpoint 1. Launch your browser and enter the Checkpoint address in the browser location bar: The Checkpoint Login screen appears. Note : Bookmark this page or add it to your Favorites so you will not have to retype the URL every time you want to access Checkpoint. 2. Enter your User Name and Password , and then click Login . The Checkpoint screen that appears depends on the Login and Search Practice Area settings in the General Settings Options. Note : You can use your user name and password to open only one Checkpoint session at a time. Select the Save Name/Password check box to save your login information. You will not be prompted to enter your User Name and Password on future Checkpoint sessions. Ending a Session Remotely: Checkpoint does not permit multiple logins with the same User ID. If you are logged into Checkpoint on another machine or browser and attempt to login, Checkpoint will provide an option for you to close the original session and continue the login process. For support, go to , or call 800.431.9025. © 2014 Thomson Reuters/Tax& Accounting. AllRightsReserved. W-329800
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U SING THE H OME S CREEN Checkpoint - Quick Reference - 2 Using the Home Screen Checkpoint's Home screen provides quick links to Checkpoint tools and documents, access to current news of interest to Checkpoint subscribers, updates related to Checkpoint features and content, and easy access to training and support. You can change the content and customize the features as needed. Choose from several Home screen views that organize content by practice area. Each view's layout and content can be modified to match your preferences. Create your own view consisting of selected content panes. My Quick Links provides quick access to frequently used areas of Checkpoint. You can tailor My Quick Links to your specific needs by modifying the list to reflect your areas of interest and frequent use. The Training and Support links make it easy to access instructor-led and self-study product training, user guides and other reference materials, support and training news, support contact information and Checkpoint user options. Keep up-to-date with news and product developments. Consult Today's Headlines for links to current news. Review New in My Subscription to learn about new features and enhancements specific to your version of Checkpoint.
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  • Spring '13
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