the word I is suggested when objective case is needed
grammar correction by MS Word (Outlook 365) is incorrect. I typed: "the percentages for Scott and me are . . ." Grammar check said that "me" should be "I" but this is incorrect, just as "Explain" instructs, Personal pronouns have different forms depending on their position in the sentence. You should use nominative pronouns (I, he, she, we, they) in subject position and accusative pronouns (me, him, her, us, them) in object position. I too have a pet peave about this over-correction.