I am running Windows 10 Version 1709 OS Build 16299.579.
Any attempt to create a PDF with “Convert CMYK Colors to RGB” selected, results in PostScript error: “Error: typecheck; OffendingCommand: findfont; Stack: /Font (Courier) /courier” Clearing the “Convert CMYK Colors to RGB” check box results in a PDF, but with unacceptable color shifts (described as “very washed out” by posters in the other thread).
I cannot install the fix released by Microsoft on July 24—KB4340917 (OS Build 17134.191—because my company restricts updates via WSUS. I tried downloading and installing the standalone package but got: “The update is not applicable to your computer.” Not surprising because I’m not on Windows 10 version 1803. Because I can’t install the update that fixes the problem, I’m hoping I can uninstall the update that introduced the problem.
My question: Does anyone know which Windows 10 version 1709 update might have introduced the problem? Thanks!
Jeff, thank you for the link to the other thread. Unfortunately, the last poster didn't follow up by posting the KB of the offending update. But, like you said, I probably wouldn't have been able to roll back anyway.
I'm trying to get my corporate IT to allow me to update to 1803 so I can install the fix.