using pycharm with virtualenv in windows


I have already created a project and added my first files in it using django 1.4. For this project I used a virtualenv in windows, using PowerShell.

When I tried to add the Python Interpreter (as per tutorial) I noticed that there is none inside my virtual environment (like it happens with linux). So, what do I do now? I can install a Python interpreter but where? After installing the Python interpreter will PyCharm view all dependencies? Will the new python installation mess with my old one?
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If you have configured a virtualenv on Windows, you need to add <virtualenv>\scripts\python.exe as a Python interpreter in Settings | Python Interpreters in PyCharm.

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