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What is an APS Web Account?
An APS web account is a personalized user name and password of your creating that you can use on the APS websites so you can remember them more easily than the ID number or passwords assigned by APS.
APS ID (Member) Number
You may use your APS ID (member) number to create your web account. If you have ever attended an APS meeting or are a former APS member, you may already have an APS ID number. All APS ID (member) numbers begin with either the first two letters of your last name or the number "6."
Your APS ID (member) number may be found in a number of places.
If you do not have an APS ID (member) number, you can create an APS Web account by clicking on the second link, "I don't have an APS ID Number."
Creating the Account
Figure 1: Create APS Web Account
Uploading Supplemental Materials
Once you have created your APS web account, you can log in to upload supplemental presentation materials. If this is the first time for you logging in, you will see an agreement page.