Safari window to full screen.

Yes, a simple user question. How to get my Safari window to full screen?

Drag window's upper left-hand corner to the screen's upper left-hand corner, click and drag bottom right-hand corner resize triangle, and drag to the screen's lower right-hand corner. Why anyone would want to do that is beyond me, but that's it. AFAIK, there's no command shortcut that does it.

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