As far as I know, you can't.
Normally, I anticipate this sort of move ahead of time. To work around this issue, I mark my work peice zero with a center drill before I begin any machining. This mark is on a waste section of my stock. In that way, I can raise my head (or lower as needed) move my table to zero / zero (via my control software) and adjust my head (left or right from the swing induced by the raising / lowering of the head)
Its not dead balls on, but i've had reasonably good luck. I'm now in the process of installing a liner slide table to prevent the rotation of my head.