A color settings file *.csf contains references to existing ICC profiles and other
parameters like here - altogether a configuration:
During the configuration it's a Custom setting. Then it should be saved by an
understandable name. Afterwards It can be loaded by this name, as above.
Best regards --Gernot Hoffmann
Hoffmann, thank you for the response. I am not sure what the first step that I need to do would be, however?
Go down to Color Management Policies and choose "Preserve Embedded Profiles". Then the document will open using US web coated SWOP, since that's the embedded profile.
The .csf color settings file is just a preset of choices for working spaces/icc profiles. You can choose whatever you like and save that as a new preset.
The real solution is to know the exact printing conditions and use the correct CMYK profile (which may not be US web coated SWOP).
Just found out what you have to do... Download those .icc files, right click and chose to install color profile in the ones you need.
After that download this random .csf file ( http://klspureprint.dk/wp-content/uploads/KLS_Coated.zip ) Bam... You should be able to choose US Web Coated V2 as your workplace icc profile and therefore save it in .pdf. I know I'm 5 years late... Unfortunately, Adobe sucks at product support they label errors instead of fixing them do sad...