1. I upgraded my Google Drive storage. With each email account, you get 15GB of free storage. This storage is shared between your Gmail, Google Drive and Google Photos. 15GB goes pretty fast. For a measly $1.99 per month, you get 100GB of storage. That's more like it. The next level is 1TB for $9.99 per month. (Hey Google, if you're listening... Can we get one that is in between? I'm not at the 1TB level yet, but I'm approaching 100GB pretty fast!)
2. I installed Google Sync. This connects to Google Drive and automatically syncs whatever you put into the Google Drive folder.
3. I created my files within the Google Drive folder and started moving my digital files into the appropriate files.
5. Next, I take everything out of any separate folders and move them all into the master folder:
6. After that, I select all and click on Print at the top. This opens Windows photo printing software.
7. I select Adobe PDF,then uncheck "Fit Picture to Frame" and select Contact Sheet, then I click Print.
This may not be a great method for everyone, but it really helped me to know what I have. I find myself using it more simply because I know it exists, lol.