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Learning Sharepoint and Office 365

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Hi

I need to get up to speed with SharePoint, which I have never used.
My main problem is that I am not connected to any office servers that have SharePoint
so I am looking for a way to learn it by using  some sort of online software or training software that comes with a version designed for learning on it. Not sure where to begin.
Is Office 365 a more simple version or could I use this to learn SharePoint?
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thanks very much
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