Did you upgrade to Yosemite or update Yosemite after all those applications had been installed?
If so, then you should know that the Yosemite update damaged all those applications.
Now you have to uninstall and re-install all those applications and then update them to their respective latest version.
Thank Apple for that.
I upgraded to Yosemite then updated all of the adobe programs. I have tried installed cc and reinstalling several time now and nothing is responding or opening. All of the adobe programs I have installed are all up to date. Really confused as to what is going on. I do know that Yosemite suck though! ha
Read my post again. Yosemite damaged your existing Adobe applications instlass when you upgraded to Yosemite.
Nothing short of a complete uninstall of the Adobe applications will undo that damage.
Oooops! I just read that you are on the subscription model (CC). Never mind. If I had caught that I would have abstained from suggesting a fix.
I'd like to start off by asking you run disk utility and repair permissions. Reboot.
Next look at this document. You can try starting in Safe Mode. Mac Instructions included.
I have ran Disk Utility and repaired all permissions and did a reboot. i have also uninstalled and reinstalled all of my programs. I have checked out your link but I will check again.
I would advise downgrading to Mavericks, especially if your business depends on everything working. But I suppose it may be worth trying some basic troubleshooting.
I upgraded to Yosemite first day it came out. Except for breaking the licensing on my OnOne programs, I've had no problems. I feel as if I just played Russian Roulette with one empty chamber on my Mac. I use Photoshop, Lightroom, Bridge, and Acrobat Pro.