The usual cause of this issue (you’ve installed something, but it isn’t
there) is that the “pip” you used is not associated with the python
If you’re running from the command line, and let us say using the
command “python3” to invoke Python, you can invoke the approrpiate pip
python3 -m pip install fpdf
The purpose here is to run pip so that it installs in the same Python
you invoke. If you’re running a different python, replace “python3”
Aside: do you mean “fudf” or “fpdf”? You use both in your question and
I’m hoping one is a typing mistake.
Having sorted things out with the command line (where things are easier
to control), then do to your IDE and see which Python it is configured
to used. Then make sure you’ve done the pip install with that, too. Or
adjust it to use your preferred python.
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