Well, that ain't no good.
Lucky for you, there is a quick and easy fix.
What you want to do is type out your text.
Draw your circle.
Double click the text so you get the green box around it with the little directional arrow circle in the lower left corner.
Grab that arrow icon and drag it over to the bottom of your circle.
But, but, but it's all squished and on the inside of the circle. FEAR NOT.
See how you have that little slider bar on the left side? Click on the gray oval in the middle and slide it down, towards the outside of the circle, until the curved text moves under the circle.
If your letters are spaced too far apart now, select the text again and use the character spacing slider bar to bring them closer together.
Then grab the circle arrow icon again and move the text so it's centered under the circle.
The final step is to right click on the text and select 'Convert to Path'. This allows you to move the text away from the circle while keeping it in the curved shape.
And that's all there is to curving text under a circle in Silhouette Studio.
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