How to change python version into 3.7.2 for entire pycharm jetbrains IDE projects?

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  1. Navigate to the Project page, select the configured interpreters or virtual environments.

  2. Click on it. This will open a Edit Python Interpreter dialog box.

  3. In the Edit Python Interpreter dialog box that opens, type the desired interpreter name.

If necessary, change the path to the Python executable. 

This way you can change the Python version. Hope it helps.

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