I am looking at the pip virtual environment installation instructions here: https://www.codecademy.com/paths/data-science/tracks/dscp-python-fundamentals/modules/dscp-python-modules/videos/learn-python3-pipenv
This video shows me how to check which version of pip I have installed, but not how to install it. I do not quite understand what more I need to do, but command prompt is telling me that no version of pip is installed. I have the full Anaconda package installed on my computer and it was my impression that this also includes the latest version of pip. Using both command prompt and Spyder, I cannot find pip installed on the computer. This seems like me not doing the right thing, but the video does not have any suggestions to rectify a missing pip install. Where should I start?
Edit: This is a super confusing video. I was just installing modules and now I am running a virtual environment from a text editor (unsuccessfully). I got CMD to recognize python and pip. Apparently I had to download a different version of python from Windows store. So now that it is working in CMD, the text editor I have - Spyder - is not recognizing pipenv and the pip version is earlier than that found in CMD. The bottom line is I have no idea what I am doing but it sure seems like a great way to overload my computer with duplications and junk without any explanation or reason for doing so.