Help for TASB Users

myTASB help

General help

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myTASB help

myTASB is TASB’s password-protected area of the website that contains special resources and tools for TASB members with myTASB user IDs and passwords.

You can visit the myTASB login page or log in using the myTASB login on the right side of any page.

Forgot myTASB password

  1. Go to the myTASB login page.
  2. Click Forgot Password.
  3. Enter your User ID if you remember it, and then click Continue.

myTASB Forgot Password‚Äč

  1. Provide the answers to your security questions, and then click Continue.
  2. You will receive an e-mail with a temporary password. Follow the steps in the e-mail to reset your password.

Forgot myTASB user ID

If you need other help with myTASB or if you don’t remember your user ID and need to reset your password, complete the myTASB Contact Us online form.

Help with PDFs

Many of the resources provided by TASB are Portable Document Format (PDF) files. To view or print PDFs, you must have Adobe Acrobat® Reader 9.0 or newer installed on your computer.

If you have issues downloading or viewing a PDF, check which version you have installed.

  • On a PC, you can find the version number under the "Help" option in the Reader menu.
  • On Macs, the version numbers are displayed on the splash screen that appears as the Reader starts up.

To download a free version of the newest Reader. Follow all installation steps so that you may download a PDF to your system or view it online. search tips

Use the search bar at the top of any page to find what you’re looking for on The search results will return web pages and documents (pdfs, docs, etc.) on the site that contain the term(s) you are looking for. Standard search techniques apply for the search:

  • To search for an exact word or phrase, enclose it in quotation marks.
  • To search for two terms at once, put the word “and” in between them (TASB and TASA).
  • To search for either term, separate the terms with “or” (TASB or TASA).

If you still have questions after reading this page, feel free to e-mail the TASB webmaster at