Congrats on your first post, and welcome to the forums!
What I have had to do prior to using 2009 applications, is a simple two step process.
More specifically, the way I've done this in the past (this isn't the only way), is to create a named page setup which prints my plan sheets to DWF correctly. My DWFePlot driver shifts the page to the right, so even if it looks good in the plot preview, check the resulting DWF file!
- Publish to DWF (Step # 1) > Print the DWF to PDF (Step # 2)
Save this page setup to the cover sheet in my plan set.
Then in the publish window, add your drawings, and for sheets other than your cover sheet (where the page setup is saved), import said page setup from the cover sheet.
Check the button for printing to DWF, and publish.
Hope this helps!