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In most cases, you are allowed to publish the accepted and peer-reviewed version of your manuscript. This version should be devoid of publisher logos, editing, and pagination. You are often not allowed to publish the final publisher version or version of record. Accepted manuscripts can often be retrieved via the publisher's journal submission system. The Open Access Button has developed guides on how to access your accepted manuscript through these systems. Check the journal's terms for self-archiving via SHERPA/ROMEO.
If you are unable to retrieve the accepted version of your paper via the publisher's submission system you can always email the journal and ask for the author accepted manuscript (AAM)