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Angela, Menu, Settings, Language & keyboard, Touch Input, Text Input, under Finger touch precision, choose Calibration tool or even Reset calibration.
If you have the app, yes you can calibrate touch screen.
Try links below for more info.
try to soft reset it by engaging the reset button ..If it has such a button it should be hidden in a hole on the side and need to be pressed until restarts ..(it should be powered and on when you do this) .. If there is no button ..it means it has something wrong with the touch screen function ...and you should try to see if the screen is not out of focus..and try to swipe it in a certain point ..and if it is indicated..try in near by locations ...If you manage to make it start you should look in the main menu for screen calibration ..and engage it ..this should make the touch screen work proper again . In worse case you will need the firmware and reset it to factory settings ..
The touch screen function is controlled by software and drivers. You'll need to start by making sure that you have the correct tablet software installed on your machine, and you may also need the correct WACOM drivers.
You can go here and download the software for your tablet and see if this works for you: