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I like to suggest an alternative method.
I don't know about other tablets, but if I want to capture and/or print what is on the screen of my iPad or iPhone, I simply to a "screen capture" of what's on the screen. On the iPad/iPhone you get the screen print by pressing and holding down the "on/off" key then quickly hitting the "home" key to take the shot. It saves as a picture (PNG or I've changed my to JPG) in my photo album and I can print it, attach and email it, use it in a PowerPoint etc. no problem.
If you are using some other tablet (I feel sorry for you 8>) look at it's docs on how to get a screen print. I don't THINK scanning your tablet would hurt the tablet (try at your own risk), but I don't expect the result to be very good quality at all.
I hope my strategy works for you!
Posted on Aug 22, 2019
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