"I see the that Color Profile is "Working CMYK: U.S. Web Coated (SWOP) v2". And output color is Composit CMYK. If I print it this way, my colors get all screwed up. When I change the color profile to my working RGB profile, it prints just fine."
Not that it's correct, but it seems you've answered your own question. Leave it RGB. Since you insist on creating an RGB file for print, by choosing CMYK Composite, the printer does it's own conversion which, in your terms, is all messed up. Perhaps. But, short of getting into a lengthy discussion on RIP's, color management, and CMYK color settings in your application(s), carry on.
Thank you. But I would like to create a PDF with InDesign that uses the working RGB profile as the default profile (not the CMYK one) when printing to a LaserJet.
I open the PDF I created and the color profil is CMYK. This seems to me that the Adobe Acrobat assums that anything being printed uses the CMYK profile. But I have heard a number of people say and write that unless you print on a commercial printer with color separation you are better off using the RGB profile, especially in case of you local Deskjet or Laserjet printer that geared towards taking RGB and then translating these values into its own propiotary CMYK color space.
So how can make Acrobat use by default the RGB working profile included in my PDF rather than the CMYK profile? People who download the PDF who want to print the document on their local printer should not need to know anything about color spaces nor how to select the appropriate one.
When you print from Acrobat - are you selecting your printer in the top pull-down menu in the print dialog?
If it is an RGB printer, when you do this, the output should default to Composite RGB. If it doesn't, it must not be an RGB printer.
The answer to this may be to use the Printer Setup Utility, to reconfigure the printer there. Perhaps you have the wrong driver?