How to install modules in Pycharm?

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Hi. I am new to PyCharm but I have used python before on terminal. I am trying to run some code but it says module not found. On terminal, I used to install the required modules using pip but if I do that now, the module is still not found in PyCharm. So how to install a module in PyCharm?
May 30 in Python by Taj
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You can install modules in PyCharm using the GUI. Refer to the below screenshots:

answered May 30 by Shabnam
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