Set any of the following options:
Window Width specifies the width of the window in pixels.
Window Height specifies the height of the window in pixels.
Navigation Toolbar is the row of browser buttons that includes Back, Forward, Home, and Reload.
Location Toolbar is the row of browser options that includes the location text box.
Status Bar is the area at the bottom of the browser window in which messages (such as the load time remaining and the URLs associated with links) appear.
Menu Bar is the area of the browser window (Windows) or the desktop (Macintosh) where menus such as File, Edit, View, Go, and Help appear. You should explicitly set this option if you want visitors to be able to navigate from the new window. If you do not set this option, the user can only close or minimize the window (Windows) or close the window or quit the application (Macintosh) from the new window.
Scrollbars as Needed specifies that scroll bars should appear if the content extends beyond the visible area. If you do not explicitly set this option, scroll bars do not appear. If the Resize Handles option is also turned off, visitors have no easy way of seeing content that extends beyond the original size of the window. (Though they may be able to make the window scroll by dragging off the edge of the window.)
Resize Handles specifies that the user should be able to resize the window, either by dragging the lower-right corner of the window or by clicking the maximize button (Windows) or size box (Macintosh) in the upper-right corner. If this option is not explicitly set, the resize controls are unavailable and the lower-right corner is not draggable.