Common Object Properties
The Common tab defines properties that are common between E-Objects.
The Name entry field is useful for when a specific name needs to be given to an E-Object. The entry field contains the default name of the object. However, it is suggested for the default to be changed to more accurately represent what the E-Object's purpose is (see GENERAL: E-Objects and Sub-Objects 
Tag defines a string value to be logged with the object. This property might be used to distinguish between responses taken by multiple input masks using the same input device.
The Notes tab entry field is optional, but it is highly recommended that the Notes feature be used to more effectively communicate with a colleague, to record information specific to the Procedure, or to simply serve as a reminder. For example, if passing a program along to a colleague, the Notes tab may be used to describe a specific Procedure in detail, or explain the measures that are being collected.
The Script Generation fields allow control over timing of script generation in regard to the object. Refer to See article 22854 (direct link coming soon) for a detailed description of PreRun and PostRun options.
Handles Conditional Exit
Earlier versions of E-Prime provided some ability to terminate an experiment early. The Ctrl+Alt+Shift key sequence provides the ability to abort an experiment, but does not close out devices and no data file is created for the session. The Ctrl+Alt+Backspace key sequence invokes a Conditional Exit, which exits the currently running object and skips remaining objects (see GENERAL: Terminating an Experiment  for a discussion of both options for terminating an experiment). By unchecking the Handles Conditional Exit box, Conditional Exit will not occur on the specific E-Object.