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email to webpart from a doc lib

I have a topsite and 6 subsites. Within each, there are document libraries. My manager wants to be notified when any of the files within the libs have been modified, added or deleted.  I would like to send an email to Announcements webpart (I've enabled incoming email) to say something like: "Notification: (location of file) has been modified"

I've tried a workflow but reviewers and CC: come from our global address book.
I've tried alerts but the 'send alerts to' come from our global address book.
I've tried SP Designer but I don't know how to use it very well.

Is there a simple way to do this?
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Can you tell me how to create a workflow for each library that creates notifications about creations and changes? or is another question?
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Expert was concise and helpful. I still can't create a notification but I'm satisfied that I've done all I can short of using .net development tools.
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