Yes: *.): go to bottom of "Amazon home page. *.): In far Right column entitled "Let Us Help You," L. click "Your Account," *.): L click "Your Order" icon in top Left corner, *.): enter your account password because this all has to be more complicated than necessary, *.): if you forgot password, answer "Did you forget password?" & follow instructions, *.): find Item you purchased When you've opened your account, using scrolling up*down slider at the Right of your screen, *.)* L. click box that says "View you item," *.): under "Order Info," L. click blue hyperlink that says "View order details. *.): at top of white page on the Right, L. click box that says "View or Print invoice," **.): If you don't have a printer, as is my situation, **.) copy the invoice & paste to a word processing document of your choosing & save it, **.): find someone you can email that document to, who can print it out for you - libraries may be able to help you, mine can usually, but momentarily not, but that's probably not universal in the U.S. yet. That almost helped me, except I couldn't reach a human who could mail my invoice to me, because of the coronavirus, so for the moment, "how near, yet how so far." No!: Amazon did not help me, they only let me get closer to a solution. They couldn't just include an invoice like normal shipping with a "Bill of Lading." It's crucial that you provide your own paper for an invoice so "Amazon" can further increase their profits at the customer's further expense. they sure aren't bashful about gouging S. & H.