AutoCAD 2006 will not hold plotter settings

Hello.. Sorry if this makes little or no sense but I've very little experience with autocad.  Read that as none!!  A user here has recently had Autocad 2006 installed on her machine.  She has a HP designjet 1050C installed on hermachine (there are two in our company in two offices).  If she goes to plot to the one on the same subnet as her, closest to her location, she is unable to change its settings to oversize iso a1 (landscape).  I've checked the printer settings, but every time I change the custom properties of the printer from within acad, it reverts back - closest I can get it to is oversize iso a1 portrait.  It just will not go to landscape.  I added the same model printer in a different location (different subnet) to her machine and this works fine and holds the settings with  no difficulty.  What am I missing here??  Others around her are plotting to that machine with no problems.  Help me!  Sorry if I'm missing something glaringly obvious, but I don't have an autocad background!  
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did you try saving the plotter settings as a pc3 file? <save as in the plotter configuration editor>
If you make a pc3 file at one of the work stations that works you may be able to copy it to the problem pc. Also make sure that in the plot dialog that the "save changse to layout" check box is checked.

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GlobexCorpAuthor Commented:
That worked absolutely perfectly, thank you so much (I copied the pc3 file from another PC and it allowed me to make changes to it then).
I'm glad that fixed it for you.
I actually have acad hide the system printers in the plot dialog and use just pc3 files after I set some up the way I needed them.
Thanks for the points
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