CS5 is unsupported under Yosemite and if you did an in place upgrade you made even more trouble for yourself.
Bottomline: If it worked before you “upgraded” what was so compelling about it to mess with a working system?
Thank You jent85 for having this same problem. Only I am using CS4. Indesign, Photoshop and Illustrator can no longer "match name" when searching within InDesign. I just get an error beep and ALL the results within. Very frustrating after spending $1500 for this software. Please don't answer with upgrade. Why? To fix one thing? Another $1500 or 29 then 49 per month? Software is a tool and a hammer can always hammer a nail no matter if they upgrade the nail.
All my other software works so far as I can see. Is there a terminal command or some fix for this? I found a fix for speeding up printing in Indesign by removing some PDD's english french etc. Hoping there is something like this for this one.
Perhaps there is something else online we cannot find. My search phrase is not accurate. What do you call the 'finder search box" when you are within software? In other words what are some terms to search in google?
Same answer to you that the OP got and CS4 is even older.
It's unsupported under Yosemite and an in place upgrade of an O/S is a total crapshoot.
My best advice is to back everything up and do a clean install of Yosemite followed by a proper installation of your applications. Hopefully that will work, but unfortunately, you're on your own.