Bridge: Scripts missing for Photoshop CC

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How do you "load files into Photoshop Layers" in Adobe Bridge CC.
In the lessons book (classroom in a book) it says Tool/photoshop/Load Filess into Photoshop Layers! I cannot find Photoshop in the tools menu in Bridge CC?

Many thanks
Dave
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Posted 4 years ago

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Sounds like the scripts have been removed for some reason.
Reinstalling Photoshop CC 2014 will replace the Bridge scripts for Photoshop.
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Or simply making sure you have the latest updates should correct it.
Make sure Photoshop is Up-To-Date: http://adobe.ly/PS-Up-To-Date
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Thanks for the reply(s)
My Phgotoshop CC is up to date!

I am using Photoshop CC and have not installed 2014 CC!
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Thanks for the replies above but I am still having the problem. I think that my post above confused the issue.
I do have Photoshop CC (NOT CC 2014) and an uptodate Bridge CC! but my initial problem still persists.

many thanks for the help so far
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Did you try and reinstall Photoshop CC? That's the solution for CC.

Updating CC won't work. Updating to 2014.2.1 would.
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I did re-install Bridge CC and Photoshop CC is version 2014.2.1 but i am still not having any success!

thanks
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Did you reinstall Photoshop? Reinstalling Bridge won't work.
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I have installed Photoshop CC 2014 and it appears to have sorted the problem.

Many thanks for your assistance!

Dave R.