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Author eryksun
Recipients docs@python, eryksun, jovinator, paul.moore, steve.dower, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2022-03-22.15:44:47
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Running `tutorial-env\Scripts\activate` should suffice. The .bat script is for CMD, and the .ps1 script is for PowerShell. The shell should run the right script without having to include the extension. 

In Windows 10+, if you use a case-sensitive directory for the virtual environment, note that the script name for PowerShell is "Activate.ps1". PowerShell 7+ checks the directory for any name that case-insensitively matches "activate", but you'll have to run `tutorial-env\Scripts\Activate` in PowerShell 5.1.
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