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Is there a keystroke to go immediately to the "properties" window?

 
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I use the WindowBuilder form designer a lot, and it's a real pain to have to click on the property window every time I want to set the value for a property (like a control's width or height).  In Delphi you can press F11 to go immediately to its property window (called the Object Inspector).  Is there a similar shortcut in Eclipse?  My arm is getting tired from reaching for the mouse all the time.
 
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