In order to print individual colors in a color PDF, you would have to go into color Options”, and adjust your source document's color settings appropriately. You can also use a color printer to print your PDF colors from. Some general information for printing Adobe PDFs follows. The color space for color PDFs is Adobe Acrobat CC Premium. Adobe Acrobat Pro allows color printing of two different color spaces, DIN 468 and RGB: DIN: To print the same color on two plates, you must first save your document and then rerun the print dialog for each color on a separate page. Then, once you have printed one page of the PDF, open the PDF with Adobe Acrobat, and set your color profile in one of the standard print preferences. If you print your PDFs in the color spaces other than CCM or RGB (for example, CMYK: The printing device may need information from the printing device on which an Adobe PDF was printed to determine what color space your PDF will print as. See On-page color profiles.) Adobe also allows you to print in the color space of the document on which the PDF was printed. This means that while in Windows view printers color Presets you can apply settings for printing in the standard color spaces (DIN, RGB, CMYK, and color profiles) by using the custom ‣ Printer menu. If you have any suggestions or find any errors in this answer, you can email me.