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Name it table.pnt Put it anywhere you want it. In config.pro, include an option called PEN_TABLE_FILE and point it to your table.pnt file; or, create a PCF file for your printer and include the path. The options in the file will read like this:
plotter POSTSCRIPT button_name Generic Postscript button_help Print to any printer that supports generic postscript format. plot_drawing_format YES default plot_segmented NO default plot_roll_media NO default plot_label YES default plot_handshake hardware default create_separate_files NO default plot_with_panzoom NO default rotate_plotting NO default allow_file_naming YES plot_name NO plot_translate .13 .13 default interface_quality 6 default pen_slew 0.000000 default plot_destination printer default plotter_command windows_print_manager pen_table_file h:\table.pnt plot_sheets ALL default paper_size D default paper_outline NO default plot_clip NO default plot_area NO default
In the 'Help>Fundementals>Plotting and Printing', it tells what all these options mean and do. You'll have to customize yours to work with your printer, including creating your own custom plotter command.
The last thing I can think of that you need to set in your config.pro is the option pdf_use_pentable to yes.