I always stored my lumber and Plywood vertically.
Sorting through your lumber is much easier moving the boards vertically than horizontally.
I will try to find a photo of my plywood rack which was also vertical. Much easier to move plywood vertically. If the sheet is vertical, just walk up to it backwards. When you reach it, just put your hands behind your your back and pull the board forward till it is against your back. With you hands still behind you, just lift the sheet a few inches and walk away with it resting on your back while you are still almost vertical.
Removing the plywood from your back and putting it on the table saw must be done in full privacy. Trust me on that one.
Walk toward your table saw and stop about 4 feet in front of it. Bend down leaning forward and while still holding the board behind you back, slowly drop to your knees. The top of the board will lay on the front of your table saw and you just crawl out from under it.
Looks funny, sounds strange, but.....you can do it all by your self.
Tony B Retired woodworker, among other things.
"Strive for excellence and settle for completion" Tony B
Last edited by Tony B; 06-05-2020 at 05:07 PM.